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Step inside the creative mind of Leonardo Da Vinci with skip-the-line entrance to the Leonardo Da Vinci Museum in Florence. Your admission ticket offers unlimited access, so you can spend as long you like exploring the exhibitions and admiring Leonardo’s Machines, created from the famous Da Vinci Codes.
Show the kids a different side of Florence on a evening walking tour designed just for families. An energetic guide keeps kids engaged with games, photo contests, and multimedia activities tailored to different ages. Young and old alike will learn Renaissance history while visiting illuminated sights like the Duomo and Palazzo Pitti. No need to worry about dinner plans, as the tour include stops for some of the best pizza and gelato in Florence.
Turn a visit to one of Florence’s most famous museums into a fun, kid-friendly adventure on this skip-the-line tour of the Accademia Gallery designed just for families. Avoid the boredom of waiting in line and head right inside with an entertaining guide who will show you Michelangelo’s iconic ‘David’ statue plus other artistic highlights. A variety of games, treasure hunts, and contests keep kids engaged so everyone can enjoy the art while learning about the Renaissance along the way.
Bring the whole family for a fun and educational journey through Renaissance Florence specially designed for families with children ages 6 to 12. Stroll through the city's winding medieval streets with a guide, stopping to see the spots where history was made by legendary figures like Michelangelo, Galileo, and Dante, and visit the Leonardo da Vinci Museum for an interactive exploration through the mind of Italy's creative genius.
Discover an amusement park based on the beloved book The Adventures of Pinocchio with this entrance ticket. The author of Pinocchio, Carlo Lorenzini, was from the town of Collodi in Tuscany where Pinocchio Park is located. See puppet shows, climb aboard old fairground rides, and explore the Pinocchio museum that is filled with illustrations and theater sets.
Visit the Tower of Pisa as a family with a guide who specializes in capturing children’s attention. More than 30 million people have come to visit the Tower of Pisa during the last sixty years, this tour will emerge your family to the 12th century