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Parks and Outdoor Activities

This park, high up on Janiculum hill, is a good place to keep kids amused, with pony rides, bumper cars, puppet shows and other games, while adults enjoy a great view of the city below.

Luna Park
An amusement park in the EUR district, this is the only place in Rome that you'll find big-scale amusements, like a rollercoaster, haunted house, Ferris wheel, and the like. It's a bit dated, but is still a popular destination for families.
Via delle Tre Fontane. Mon-Fri 3-8pm, Sat 3pm-1am, Sun 10am-1pm and 3-10pm; free entrance.

Villa Ada
Beautiful grounds just north of the city with plenty to keep youngsters amused, including a roller-skating rink, bike paths, two playgrounds, and ponds.

Villa Borghese
A huge park offering plenty of entertainment for young ones. Enter at the Viale delle Belle Arti entrance to find pony rides, a children's train, swings and paddleboats. Kids might also be interested in the Bioparco on Via del Giardino Zooligico, (daily 9am-6pm; tel 06.360.8211), a once poorly kept zoo that has undergone many changes. It now also has a museum next door - and often face-painting at weekends.

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