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La Citta dei Bambini e dei Ragazzi

Magazzini del Cotone, Modulo 1 | 1/F, Porto Antico Area, 16128, Genoa, Italy
+39 010 248 5790
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A break for the kids

City breaks can perhaps get a little boring for kids, so to have somewhere like this where our 3... read more

Reviewed 30 May 2017
RMKisby
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Horncastle, United Kingdom
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Excellent for kids

"La città dei bambini e dei ragazzi" is playground where kids can learn the principles of science... read more

Reviewed 31 January 2017
BurgerQueen78
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Monza, Italy
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"La città dei bambini e dei ragazzi" - the children and young people's town - is the place where your children can learn about science and technology while having fun. Over 2000 square meters where visitors between 2 and 12 years meet, observe and experiment with different topics. With more than 90 interactive and multimedia exhibits, children put themselves to the test both alone or in the company of adults to share a learning experience with the family. Child-friendly. It's never too early to learn. For this reason, children between 2 and 3 years have a dedicated area where they can discover the world playing. There is a small enchanted forest where they can explore a cave, go into the house, climb a small bridge and cross the river. Of course in complete safety, an easy and fun way for children to interact to objects and their own body. The discovery of the world however, awaits children between 3 and 5 years: in a real construction site, equipped with helmets, the kids play with small bricks, wheelbarrows, buckets and cranes. The young scientific minds can experiment with water, while others can freely express their creativity by drawing on touch screens.
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  • Poor9%
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Magazzini del Cotone, Modulo 1 | 1/F, Porto Antico Area, 16128, Genoa, Italy
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Reviewed 30 May 2017 via mobile

City breaks can perhaps get a little boring for kids, so to have somewhere like this where our 3 year old son can have fun and burn some excess energy is brilliant. The building site room was his favourite and great for kids his age...More

Thank RMKisby
Reviewed 31 January 2017

"La città dei bambini e dei ragazzi" is playground where kids can learn the principles of science while playing with different materials. Activities are divided into areas dedicated to age ranges, and are very interesting: children can build houses with foam bricks, explore real ants'...More

Thank BurgerQueen78
Reviewed 30 July 2015

Nice break for kids if no better plans for the afternoon. Nothing spectacular, but some good scientific demos that the kids are sure to enjoy. We went with 3 kids ( age 7, 9 & 10). Not for older kids.

Thank n_srikant
Reviewed 19 July 2015 via mobile

Don't bother. Half the museum is broken, and there isn't much for kids to do. It's also very diifucult to find,although if you do succeed there is a parking lot close by.More

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Alberto C, Direttore generale at La Citta dei Bambini e dei Ragazzi, responded to this reviewResponded 31 August 2015

Dear Customer, I'm really very sorry for your experience. Regular maintenance is made throughout the year and we made special efforts during the annual closing period (September 7-29, 2015). The attractions are very stressed by our young Guests, so it may occurs some temporary disfunction,...More

Reviewed 29 April 2015 via mobile

Wonderful place for young children. give the children a break from the traditional tourism with this fabulous construction imagination station.

Thank AnnaleaMotts
Reviewed 21 October 2014

La città dei bambini (the city of children) is a very nice place located in the Porto Antico area of Genoa. It comprises 4-5 large rooms equipped with a number of exciting games for children of all ages, including a toy construction yard (including cranes,...More

Thank moongateclimber
Reviewed 3 June 2014

Excellent time for both of our kids aged 5 and 11 years old , including us. Very nice and imaginitive stuff to do and you can always get the combined cheaper ticket to see the acquarium which was very good and the kids enjoyed it...More

2  Thank Yusr S
Reviewed 19 April 2014

I visited it in April 2014 with my 3yo little boy. If it is combined with a vist to the Acquarium nearby is absolutely Worth going. The little ones can have fun by plaiyg with crane, conveyor belts like in a real construction site. There...More

2  Thank mattomatteo71
Reviewed 23 June 2013

This children's museum has lots of activities based on science. It is divided into different sections for different age groups, but my little five year old son loved every part of it... And so did I. It is larger than the Children's museum we have...More

2  Thank bui501
Reviewed 21 December 2012

Excellent facility. We stayed for 3hrs with our kids (6.5yrs, 5yrs and 3.5yrs) and they didn't want to leave! Its like a huge playcentre but educational and fun. Well worth the money combined with the aquarium ticket.

3  Thank Melinda T
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