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Kids-Friendly Fun & Educational Sistine Chapel & Vatican Fast Access Guided Tour

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    Stop At: Vatican Museums, Viale Vaticano, 00120 Vatican City Italy

    Skip-the-line access means that there is no queuing, so after you meet you guide outside the entrance you can put your belongings into the Vatican cloakroom and go straight to explore the treasures of the Vatican.

    On this interactive tour, there are quizzes, scavenger hunts and lots of other games for the whole family to take part in; even some prizes to be won!The kids will love the colossal Greek and Roman statues and the sarcophagi of the Empresses Helena and Constantina, the mother and daughter of Constantine the Great.

    You explore some of the wonderful galleries and rooms, including the Gallery of the Candelabra and Gallery of Tapestries.  The kids will love the Gallery of Maps – the largest collection of Renaissance Maps in the World. The Sobieski Hall has one of the largest canvases in the Vatican – How was it painted?  Raphael’s Rooms are a riot of color.  Why were they painted and for whom?  The kids will love asking questions of the very knowledgeable guide and getting to know more about this magical place.

    Of course, no tour is complete without a visit to the Sistine Chapel, still used today for the conclave to elect a new Pope.  Your guide will tell you all about the Bible stories, including the creation of Adam depicted in the wonderful frescoes that adorn the ceiling and walls. The kids will be amazed at how long it took Michelangelo to paint The Last Judgment. 

    Then, into the magnificent Saint Peter’s Basilica; here you will see another of Michelangelo’s masterpieces, his Pietà, and the children will have fun spotting the statues of saints and past Popes.

    The best way to learn is through play.  At the end of this tour both you and you children will have learnt a lot about the Vatican and its treasures.  Your guide can customize the tour for your particular gamily group – just ask!

    You will say goodbye to your guide in Saint Peter’s Square next to the taxi rank and bus station.  Then it is back to your hotel to share your memories of these wonderful 3-hours spent in the Vatican.

     

    Duration: 1 hour

    Stop At: Sistine Chapel, Citta del Vaticano 1, 00120 Vatican City Italy

    Skip-the-line access means that there is no queuing, so after you meet you guide outside the entrance you can put your belongings into the Vatican cloakroom and go straight to explore the treasures of the Vatican.

    On this interactive tour, there are quizzes, scavenger hunts and lots of other games for the whole family to take part in; even some prizes to be won!The kids will love the colossal Greek and Roman statues and the sarcophagi of the Empresses Helena and Constantina, the mother and daughter of Constantine the Great.

    You explore some of the wonderful galleries and rooms, including the Gallery of the Candelabra and Gallery of Tapestries.  The kids will love the Gallery of Maps – the largest collection of Renaissance Maps in the World. The Sobieski Hall has one of the largest canvases in the Vatican – How was it painted?  Raphael’s Rooms are a riot of color.  Why were they painted and for whom?  The kids will love asking questions of the very knowledgeable guide and getting to know more about this magical place.

    Of course, no tour is complete without a visit to the Sistine Chapel, still used today for the conclave to elect a new Pope.  Your guide will tell you all about the Bible stories, including the creation of Adam depicted in the wonderful frescoes that adorn the ceiling and walls. The kids will be amazed at how long it took Michelangelo to paint The Last Judgment. 

    Then, into the magnificent Saint Peter’s Basilica; here you will see another of Michelangelo’s masterpieces, his Pietà, and the children will have fun spotting the statues of saints and past Popes.

    The best way to learn is through play.  At the end of this tour both you and you children will have learnt a lot about the Vatican and its treasures.  Your guide can customize the tour for your particular gamily group – just ask!

    You will say goodbye to your guide in Saint Peter’s Square next to the taxi rank and bus station.  Then it is back to your hotel to share your memories of these wonderful 3-hours spent in the Vatican.

     

    Duration: 1 hour

    Stop At: St. Peter's Basilica, Piazza di San Pietro, 00120 Vatican City Italy

    Skip-the-line access means that there is no queuing, so after you meet you guide outside the entrance you can put your belongings into the Vatican cloakroom and go straight to explore the treasures of the Vatican.

    On this interactive tour, there are quizzes, scavenger hunts and lots of other games for the whole family to take part in; even some prizes to be won!The kids will love the colossal Greek and Roman statues and the sarcophagi of the Empresses Helena and Constantina, the mother and daughter of Constantine the Great.

    You explore some of the wonderful galleries and rooms, including the Gallery of the Candelabra and Gallery of Tapestries.  The kids will love the Gallery of Maps – the largest collection of Renaissance Maps in the World. The Sobieski Hall has one of the largest canvases in the Vatican – How was it painted?  Raphael’s Rooms are a riot of color.  Why were they painted and for whom?  The kids will love asking questions of the very knowledgeable guide and getting to know more about this magical place.

    Of course, no tour is complete without a visit to the Sistine Chapel, still used today for the conclave to elect a new Pope.  Your guide will tell you all about the Bible stories, including the creation of Adam depicted in the wonderful frescoes that adorn the ceiling and walls. The kids will be amazed at how long it took Michelangelo to paint The Last Judgment. 

    Then, into the magnificent Saint Peter’s Basilica; here you will see another of Michelangelo’s masterpieces, his Pietà, and the children will have fun spotting the statues of saints and past Popes.

    The best way to learn is through play.  At the end of this tour both you and you children will have learnt a lot about the Vatican and its treasures.  Your guide can customize the tour for your particular gamily group – just ask!

    You will say goodbye to your guide in Saint Peter’s Square next to the taxi rank and bus station.  Then it is back to your hotel to share your memories of these wonderful 3-hours spent in the Vatican.

     

    Duration: 1 hour

    Stop At: La Pieta, Chapel of the Pieta Basilica Di San Pietro, Vatican City Italy

    Skip-the-line access means that there is no queuing, so after you meet you guide outside the entrance you can put your belongings into the Vatican cloakroom and go straight to explore the treasures of the Vatican.

    On this interactive tour, there are quizzes, scavenger hunts and lots of other games for the whole family to take part in; even some prizes to be won!The kids will love the colossal Greek and Roman statues and the sarcophagi of the Empresses Helena and Constantina, the mother and daughter of Constantine the Great.

    You explore some of the wonderful galleries and rooms, including the Gallery of the Candelabra and Gallery of Tapestries.  The kids will love the Gallery of Maps – the largest collection of Renaissance Maps in the World. The Sobieski Hall has one of the largest canvases in the Vatican – How was it painted?  Raphael’s Rooms are a riot of color.  Why were they painted and for whom?  The kids will love asking questions of the very knowledgeable guide and getting to know more about this magical place.

    Of course, no tour is complete without a visit to the Sistine Chapel, still used today for the conclave to elect a new Pope.  Your guide will tell you all about the Bible stories, including the creation of Adam depicted in the wonderful frescoes that adorn the ceiling and walls. The kids will be amazed at how long it took Michelangelo to paint The Last Judgment. 

    Then, into the magnificent Saint Peter’s Basilica; here you will see another of Michelangelo’s masterpieces, his Pietà, and the children will have fun spotting the statues of saints and past Popes.

    The best way to learn is through play.  At the end of this tour both you and you children will have learnt a lot about the Vatican and its treasures.  Your guide can customize the tour for your particular gamily group – just ask!

    You will say goodbye to your guide in Saint Peter’s Square next to the taxi rank and bus station.  Then it is back to your hotel to share your memories of these wonderful 3-hours spent in the Vatican.

     

    Duration: 1 hour

    Stop At: Monument to Alexander VII, Vatican City Italy

    Skip-the-line access means that there is no queuing, so after you meet you guide outside the entrance you can put your belongings into the Vatican cloakroom and go straight to explore the treasures of the Vatican.

    On this interactive tour, there are quizzes, scavenger hunts and lots of other games for the whole family to take part in; even some prizes to be won!The kids will love the colossal Greek and Roman statues and the sarcophagi of the Empresses Helena and Constantina, the mother and daughter of Constantine the Great.

    You explore some of the wonderful galleries and rooms, including the Gallery of the Candelabra and Gallery of Tapestries.  The kids will love the Gallery of Maps – the largest collection of Renaissance Maps in the World. The Sobieski Hall has one of the largest canvases in the Vatican – How was it painted?  Raphael’s Rooms are a riot of color.  Why were they painted and for whom?  The kids will love asking questions of the very knowledgeable guide and getting to know more about this magical place.

    Of course, no tour is complete without a visit to the Sistine Chapel, still used today for the conclave to elect a new Pope.  Your guide will tell you all about the Bible stories, including the creation of Adam depicted in the wonderful frescoes that adorn the ceiling and walls. The kids will be amazed at how long it took Michelangelo to paint The Last Judgment. 

    Then, into the magnificent Saint Peter’s Basilica; here you will see another of Michelangelo’s masterpieces, his Pietà, and the children will have fun spotting the statues of saints and past Popes.

    The best way to learn is through play.  At the end of this tour both you and you children will have learnt a lot about the Vatican and its treasures.  Your guide can customize the tour for your particular gamily group – just ask!

    You will say goodbye to your guide in Saint Peter’s Square next to the taxi rank and bus station.  Then it is back to your hotel to share your memories of these wonderful 3-hours spent in the Vatican.

     

    Duration: 1 hour

    Stop At: Porta Santa, Vatican City Italy

    Skip-the-line access means that there is no queuing, so after you meet you guide outside the entrance you can put your belongings into the Vatican cloakroom and go straight to explore the treasures of the Vatican.

    On this interactive tour, there are quizzes, scavenger hunts and lots of other games for the whole family to take part in; even some prizes to be won!The kids will love the colossal Greek and Roman statues and the sarcophagi of the Empresses Helena and Constantina, the mother and daughter of Constantine the Great.

    You explore some of the wonderful galleries and rooms, including the Gallery of the Candelabra and Gallery of Tapestries.  The kids will love the Gallery of Maps – the largest collection of Renaissance Maps in the World. The Sobieski Hall has one of the largest canvases in the Vatican – How was it painted?  Raphael’s Rooms are a riot of color.  Why were they painted and for whom?  The kids will love asking questions of the very knowledgeable guide and getting to know more about this magical place.

    Of course, no tour is complete without a visit to the Sistine Chapel, still used today for the conclave to elect a new Pope.  Your guide will tell you all about the Bible stories, including the creation of Adam depicted in the wonderful frescoes that adorn the ceiling and walls. The kids will be amazed at how long it took Michelangelo to paint The Last Judgment. 

    Then, into the magnificent Saint Peter’s Basilica; here you will see another of Michelangelo’s masterpieces, his Pietà, and the children will have fun spotting the statues of saints and past Popes.

    The best way to learn is through play.  At the end of this tour both you and you children will have learnt a lot about the Vatican and its treasures.  Your guide can customize the tour for your particular gamily group – just ask!

    You will say goodbye to your guide in Saint Peter’s Square next to the taxi rank and bus station.  Then it is back to your hotel to share your memories of these wonderful 3-hours spent in the Vatican.

     

    Duration: 1 hour

    Stop At: Tomba di Giovanni Paolo II, Piazza San Pietro Basilica di San Pietro, 00193 Vatican City Italy

    Skip-the-line access means that there is no queuing, so after you meet you guide outside the entrance you can put your belongings into the Vatican cloakroom and go straight to explore the treasures of the Vatican.

    On this interactive tour, there are quizzes, scavenger hunts and lots of other games for the whole family to take part in; even some prizes to be won!The kids will love the colossal Greek and Roman statues and the sarcophagi of the Empresses Helena and Constantina, the mother and daughter of Constantine the Great.

    You explore some of the wonderful galleries and rooms, including the Gallery of the Candelabra and Gallery of Tapestries.  The kids will love the Gallery of Maps – the largest collection of Renaissance Maps in the World. The Sobieski Hall has one of the largest canvases in the Vatican – How was it painted?  Raphael’s Rooms are a riot of color.  Why were they painted and for whom?  The kids will love asking questions of the very knowledgeable guide and getting to know more about this magical place.

    Of course, no tour is complete without a visit to the Sistine Chapel, still used today for the conclave to elect a new Pope.  Your guide will tell you all about the Bible stories, including the creation of Adam depicted in the wonderful frescoes that adorn the ceiling and walls. The kids will be amazed at how long it took Michelangelo to paint The Last Judgment. 

    Then, into the magnificent Saint Peter’s Basilica; here you will see another of Michelangelo’s masterpieces, his Pietà, and the children will have fun spotting the statues of saints and past Popes.

    The best way to learn is through play.  At the end of this tour both you and you children will have learnt a lot about the Vatican and its treasures.  Your guide can customize the tour for your particular gamily group – just ask!

    You will say goodbye to your guide in Saint Peter’s Square next to the taxi rank and bus station.  Then it is back to your hotel to share your memories of these wonderful 3-hours spent in the Vatican.

     

    Duration: 1 hour

    Stop At: Cortile della Pigna, Vatican City Italy

    Skip-the-line access means that there is no queuing, so after you meet you guide outside the entrance you can put your belongings into the Vatican cloakroom and go straight to explore the treasures of the Vatican.

    On this interactive tour, there are quizzes, scavenger hunts and lots of other games for the whole family to take part in; even some prizes to be won!The kids will love the colossal Greek and Roman statues and the sarcophagi of the Empresses Helena and Constantina, the mother and daughter of Constantine the Great.

    You explore some of the wonderful galleries and rooms, including the Gallery of the Candelabra and Gallery of Tapestries.  The kids will love the Gallery of Maps – the largest collection of Renaissance Maps in the World. The Sobieski Hall has one of the largest canvases in the Vatican – How was it painted?  Raphael’s Rooms are a riot of color.  Why were they painted and for whom?  The kids will love asking questions of the very knowledgeable guide and getting to know more about this magical place.

    Of course, no tour is complete without a visit to the Sistine Chapel, still used today for the conclave to elect a new Pope.  Your guide will tell you all about the Bible stories, including the creation of Adam depicted in the wonderful frescoes that adorn the ceiling and walls. The kids will be amazed at how long it took Michelangelo to paint The Last Judgment. 

    Then, into the magnificent Saint Peter’s Basilica; here you will see another of Michelangelo’s masterpieces, his Pietà, and the children will have fun spotting the statues of saints and past Popes.

    The best way to learn is through play.  At the end of this tour both you and you children will have learnt a lot about the Vatican and its treasures.  Your guide can customize the tour for your particular gamily group – just ask!

    You will say goodbye to your guide in Saint Peter’s Square next to the taxi rank and bus station.  Then it is back to your hotel to share your memories of these wonderful 3-hours spent in the Vatican.

     

    Duration: 1 hour

    Stop At: St. Peter's Square (Piazza San Pietro), Vatican City Italy

    Skip-the-line access means that there is no queuing, so after you meet you guide outside the entrance you can put your belongings into the Vatican cloakroom and go straight to explore the treasures of the Vatican.

    On this interactive tour, there are quizzes, scavenger hunts and lots of other games for the whole family to take part in; even some prizes to be won!The kids will love the colossal Greek and Roman statues and the sarcophagi of the Empresses Helena and Constantina, the mother and daughter of Constantine the Great.

    You explore some of the wonderful galleries and rooms, including the Gallery of the Candelabra and Gallery of Tapestries.  The kids will love the Gallery of Maps – the largest collection of Renaissance Maps in the World. The Sobieski Hall has one of the largest canvases in the Vatican – How was it painted?  Raphael’s Rooms are a riot of color.  Why were they painted and for whom?  The kids will love asking questions of the very knowledgeable guide and getting to know more about this magical place.

    Of course, no tour is complete without a visit to the Sistine Chapel, still used today for the conclave to elect a new Pope.  Your guide will tell you all about the Bible stories, including the creation of Adam depicted in the wonderful frescoes that adorn the ceiling and walls. The kids will be amazed at how long it took Michelangelo to paint The Last Judgment. 

    Then, into the magnificent Saint Peter’s Basilica; here you will see another of Michelangelo’s masterpieces, his Pietà, and the children will have fun spotting the statues of saints and past Popes.

    The best way to learn is through play.  At the end of this tour both you and you children will have learnt a lot about the Vatican and its treasures.  Your guide can customize the tour for your particular gamily group – just ask!

    You will say goodbye to your guide in Saint Peter’s Square next to the taxi rank and bus station.  Then it is back to your hotel to share your memories of these wonderful 3-hours spent in the Vatican.

     

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    Important Information
    Departure Point
    Viale Vaticano, Roma RM, Italy
    Duration
    3h
    Return Details
    Returns to original departure point
    Inclusions
    • Guaranteed to skip the long lines
    • Private tour
    • Local guide
    • Professional art historian guide
    • Entry/Admission - Vatican Museums
    • Entry/Admission - Sistine Chapel
    • Entry/Admission - St. Peter's Basilica
    • Entry/Admission - La Pieta
    • Entry/Admission - Monument to Alexander VII
    • Entry/Admission - Porta Santa
    • Entry/Admission - Tomba di Giovanni Paolo II
    • Entry/Admission - Cortile della Pigna
    • Entry/Admission - St. Peter's Square (Piazza San Pietro)
    • Guaranteed to skip the lines
    Exclusions
    • Gratuities
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    Additional Info
    • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
    • Not wheelchair accessible
    • A dress code is required to enter places of worship and selected museums. No shorts or sleeveless tops allowed. Knees and shoulders MUST be covered for both men and women. You may risk refused entry if you fail to comply with these dress requirements
    • This is a private tour/activity. Only your group will participate
    Cancellation Policy
    For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.
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    Reviewed 30 July 2019 via mobile

    As a working archaeologist, our guide, Tomasso “Tom” was incredibly well informed and knowledgeable. He also made the tour for our family engaging and fun. He really engaged with both our children (16 and 9 years) and their areas of interest such as the Roman...More

    Thank 335louiseg
    Reviewed 24 July 2019

    Our guide was wonderful... however, our child was hot, tired, over it from the start.... so we just needed the very abridged version. It's so hard for guides to deviate... even though this was a private tour - just for our family. She was very...More

    Date of experience: July 2019
    Thank Paul M
    Reviewed 4 June 2019

    We have 2 children ages 13 & 10 so we booked this tour with them in mind, but Francesco kept all of us entertained for the entire duration of 3 hours at the Vatican & Sistine Chapel. We were so fortunate to have him all...More

    Date of experience: June 2019
    Thank jg1174
    Reviewed 22 April 2019

    Our guide Marco met us on right on time for our 2PM tour and casually led us through the throngs of visitors to enter the Vatican Museums. He engaged my 6 year old boys from the first moment by talking to them directly, telling the...More

    Date of experience: April 2019
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    We’re quite a number of years past the pram stage but my recollection is that there are lots of steps. Of course there are security checks at all major sites now which require you to remove child from stroller. When we were... More
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