10 Best Theme Parks And Amusement Parks In Rome, Italy - Updated 2022

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Ryan Joshua
Ryan Joshua 

Every one of us knows that Rome is known to be a beautiful, ancient, and historic city. It has earned this reputation with the breathtaking Colosseum and the amazing handiwork of Michaelangelo in the Sistine Chapel, among others. There’s no wonder that these historical monuments make Rome unique among other cities. However, Rome has more than just these ancient monuments and edifices. In fact, there are several modern attractions in the city that also draw many tourists every year. If you wish to explore more of this beautiful city, check out our list of the best theme parks and amusement parks in Rome, Italy.

1. Hydromania

Enjoy the amazing heat of the summer with your family and friends as you take a refreshing plunge into one of the gigantic pools of the Hydromania. Give yourself a break from all of those historic monuments in Rome and spend the whole day at this great water park in Rome. In fact, it is one of the largest and the well equipped water parks in the whole of Italy, featuring exciting water slides and numerous swimming pools that will surely entertain everyone.


Address: Vicolo del Casale Lumbroso, 200, 00166 Roma RM, Italy

Website: Hydromania

Opening hours: Mon - Fri: 9:30am - 6:30pm; Sat - Sun: 9:30am - 7pm

2. Il Fantastico Mondo del Fantastico

If you and your kids are into fantasy and magic, then this theme park is surely the best place that you need to go to. The Il Fantastico Mondo del Fantastico is a theme park that features a very fantastical environment and a real, ancient castle surrounded by a lush park and garden. It offers a magical journey through fantasy that will surely leave everyone astounded after exploring the park. There’s also a lot of green areas, picnic areas, and relaxation areas that everyone will surely love.

Il Fantastico Mondo del Fantastico

Address: Via della Tenuta del Cavaliere, 230, 00132 Roma RM, Italy

Website: Il Fantastico Mondo del Fantastico

Opening hours: 10am - 7pm (daily)

3. Oasi Park

Take your kids after a whole day of exploring the city at Oasi Park. Located right beside the Shopping Center Cinecitta 2, the Oasi Park is a giant playground for kids that is full of attractions and fun stuff to do. The playground features several rides, roller coasters for small kids, castles, trains, small bumper cars, a free area with swings and slides, and a picnic area, where kids can spend their birthdays or for parents to have somewhere to sit while their kids are having fun.

Oasi Park

Address: Via Tarquinio Collatino, 56/58, 00175 Roma RM, Italy

Website: Oasi Park

Opening hours: Mon - Sat: 9am - 1pm, 3pm - 7:30pm; Sun: 9:30am - 8pm

4. Parco Morelli

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Kids will definitely love spending the whole day at the Parco Morelli. Parco Morelli is an amusement area that has been specially designed for kids aged 12 and below. The park has been providing fun and excitement for every kid in Rome for 35 years already. Kids will surely be entertained with the numerous fun games, rides, the rodeo, track baby karts, several trampolines, a path of balls, skill games, interactive games, and so much more.

Parco Morelli

Address: Via Isacco Newton, 43, 00151 Roma RM, Italy

Website: Parco Morelli

Opening hours: 9:30am – 1pm, 3:30pm – 8pm (daily)

5. Eden Park

If you want to have some quiet time or just want to spend some time with yourself or a small group of people, then Eden Park is the best place to go. You will surely have fun and be happy again with the number of rides at the park, such the Brucomela. Aside from that, the park also features a fully equipped Eden bar, indoor parking, toilets, water fountains, and a heightened security.

Eden Park

Address: Via Mattia Battistini, 55, 00167 Roma RM, Italy

Website: Eden Park

Opening hours: 9:30am – 1pm, 3:30pm – 8pm (daily)

6. Baby Luna Park - Roma

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Specially catering to children aged one to nine, Baby Luna Park is one of the most fun places for kids to visit and explore. Since it was first opened in 1989, it has offered a fun, safe and clean area for kids and kids at heart to spend their whole day at. They guarantee that there will be no shortage of games and attractions for everyone. Some of the attractions at the park include Fairy Tale Carousel, Little Train, Mini Seats Carousel, several Playground courses, Trampolines for kids and adults, and the Quad track. Classic games like table football and table hockey are also available, along with swings and prize games room.

Baby Luna Park - Roma

Address: Via di Grotta Perfetta, 555, 00142 Roma RM, Italy

Website: Baby Luna Park - Roma

Opening hours: Mon - Fri: 2pm - 7:30pm; Sat - Sun: 10am - 7:45pm

7. Neverland

You will surely feel like you are in an enchanted place where fun never ends at the Neverland Rome. The amusement park features several attractions, such as inflatable playgrounds where kids can just jump around, the ever-classic carousel, a free play area with safe equipment, an arcade game room, six trampoline stations, and of course, bumper cars. Stop and take a break from all of the fun by dining at the Isola Bar, the onsite restaurant in the Neverland Park.


Address: Via Suor Celestina Donati, 108, 00167 Roma RM, Italy

Website: Neverland

Opening hours: Mon - Fri: 10am – 12:30pm, 3:15pm – 7pm; Sat - Sun: 10am – 12:30pm, 3pm – 7:30pm

8. Rainbow Magicland

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Situated on a 16,000 square meter (19,135 square yards) of land area, the ever magical Rainbow Magic Land offers around 38 attractions that is surely to bring fun not just for the kids but also for the kids at heart. Kids can roam around the Magic Googelars Street, or have fun in the Houdini rotating house, PopPalla, Machine Volanti, and Amerigo. For the teens, they can also be thrilled at the Shock roller-coaster, Demonia the haunted house, Mystika, Cagliostro the indoor roller-coaster and the Inglese Volante. There are also some water attractions at the park, such as the Polarettilandia, the Rapide, the Pixie River, and the Yucatan.

Rainbow Magicland

Address: Via Della Pace, 00038 Valmontone RM, Italy

Website: Rainbow Magicland

Opening hours: 10am - 6pm (daily)

9. Zoomarine

If you are in the mood for some fun water activities, then Zoomarine would be the best place for you to go. It is one of the best water parks in Rome that combines an amusement park, a swimming pool, and a zoo, all in its 34 acres (13.76 hectares). There are two great swimming pools and an aquatic playground known as the Acquasplash. There’s also a wave pool, gigantic slides, a lazy and rafting river, a lazy river with water guns, and many other attractions. Two roller-coasters can also be found in the park. But the main attractions of this park are its breathtaking dinosaur exhibits and a live sea lion show. You can also spot exotic bird species, and swim with the dolphins here.


Address: Via dei Romagnoli, 00071 Torvaianica RM, Italy

Website: Zoomarine

Opening hours: Sat - Sun: 11am - 5pm (closed on Mon - Fri)

10. Cinecittà World (from USD 31.0)

Cinecitta World is an amusement park that is inspired by everything about film and television. Guests will surely enjoy several virtual reality (VR) games, water rides, roller coasters, and dining places that serve the best of Italian and international cuisines. The amusement park even has the original set of the classic film Ben Hur. Feel like you’re right inside a movie or a TV series as you bring your family to the Cinecittà World.

Biglietti per Cinecittà World

Duration: 1 day

Explore more of Rome now

Indeed, Rome is a very interesting place to visit with its marvelous edifices and historic buildings. But, Rome surely has something more to offer. Check out our above list of the best amusement parks and theme parks in the city that are perfect for people of all age groups.

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