You may choose from one of the following Private, Exclusive Florence for Kids options:
Florence For Kids
Have a wild boar grant you a wish, discover who was buried alive near the Duomo, discover fascinating tales about the grandest monuments, hear interesting stories about the creation of artistic treasures... all this (and much more!) on a light entertaining tour that is a great introduction to Florence for children. We look at Florence from a 'young perspective' and see where the children of the Medici (the rulers of Florence) used to play, before heading off to see a roaring lion, medieval palaces, Piazza della Signoria, Palazzo Vecchio, the Straw Market, towers and glimmering artworks, all while hearing amazing stories, before concluding with Italy's most delicious tradition: gelato.
Uffizi Gallery for Kids
Art museums don't have to be boring! Discover strange animals, find out what "grotesque" painting is, hear about some of the strange ingredients used to make paint, learn why Venus is floating on a giant shell...all whilst traipsing around the most famous collection of Renaissance art in the world! Please note that this activity is not available Mondays as the museums are closed.
David and the Life of Michelangelo for Kids
Learn about the life of Michelangelo as we visit the most famous sculpture in the world! Children and adults alike love seeing Michelangelo's David. Please note that this activity is not available Mondays because museums are closed.
Palazzo Vecchio - Children's Museum
Hear about some of the strange laws once passed by the government that even determined what colour you would be allowed to wear! Visit Florence's Town Hall and walk in the steps of Grand Duke Cosimo I and his children as we explore where they once lived. Please note that Thursdays, this activity is only available in the morning.
Artisan of Florence for Kids
Meet tradtional craftspeople who use traditional methods to create artefacts like shoes, picture frames, books, and jewellery, just like has been done for hundreds of years. This is a fascinating exploration of the artisan quarter on the other side of the Arno River.
The Piazza as Playground for Kids
Piazzas have always been the heart of the Florentine life, and children have been coming to them for hundreds of years to watch spectacles and to play. Come with us as we discover a wheel where baby orphans found care, count bees that are nearly impossible to add up, hear a ghostly tale, and learn about jousts and bloody soccer matches still held today!
Per family group up to 8 persons
from 34.38 €