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My family of 5 had a blast at Gladiator School. My husband and I went with our 3 kids ages 10, 10 and 13. The instructor was very humorous and keep everyone engaged. Be aware that you will not be sitting idly. Everyone was jogging...More
I signed myself up for this with my 6 year old son. Marcus was great in character and managed to engage my son's very short attention span. Teaching touchy subjects like war, slavery and violence to a child can be difficult, but he pulled it...More
We booked the Gladiator School as a break to touring Rome for our little boy aged 8 and we were all really impressed by the experience. We booked two tickets so that I could do it with my child and my wife came to watch....More
Quirky and charismatic! We took a large group of children who, without exception, had a great experience. Our ‘host’ was a lady (opera singer by training!) who guided us through Roman history and the story of the gladiator and Roman soldier. All in fluent English....More
I took my daughter to the Gladiator School as part of a short two day trip to Rome.
We had an amazing time and would definitely recommend it.
The session is split into 2 parts with the first hour spent in the museum hearing a...More
The Gladiator School was a welcomed break from the hot city streets and crowds! The lesson was intimate and personalized, and our entire family enjoyed the action and lessons. The kids enjoyed checking out the Gladiator gear, and learning about it in the museum. The...More
We did this gladiator training with our three young children (12,10 and 7) and really enjoyed it. It was great to go through the small museum and then go in to gladiator training and learn some techniques. Some tips for others:
- make sure you...More
If you are touring Rome with elementary school or middle school aged kids (especially boys), I'd strongly recommend it - a great break for them from looking at ancient ruins, but they do sneak in some educational content in the tour of the gladiator "museum"...More