Our V.I.P 3-hours private Vatican tour for families with Early entrance is the best choice if you want to visit the Vatican during the high season. A kid-friendly private guide will entertain the kids for a trip they’ll never forget.
Book our Vatican tour for families with Early entrance! You will have the exclusive experience of visiting the Vatican Museums entering at 8am, away from the big crowds that enter at 9am!
You will meet your guide at 7:30 am right in front of the Vatican museums. With a special voucher you will enter at 8:00 am before the Vatican opens its doors to the general public.
The itinerary is designed specifically for our young travelers. They will discover the Vatican collection through the interesting stories of mythology and history. Touring at your own pace, your child-friendly guide will use visual aids to bring to life the world’s smallest State and the huge collection of art housed inside it. Our itinerary includes stops in the Laocoon Courtyard, the Animal Gallery, the Round Room with Nero’s huge bathtub, the Gallery of Tapestries and the Gallery of Maps, which are all favorite with kids.
After walking through the unique galleries you will visit the Sistine chapel and discover the world famous frescoes by Michelangelo. Children will learn about Rome in the 1500s and discover how artists and Popes lived during that time.
From the Sistine Chapel you will go to St Peter’s Basilica, today one of the largest Catholic churches in the world.
This early access will enable you to really appreciate and enjoy the tour, without the stress & hassle of large crowds.
This tour runs in any weather
VIP Entrance at 8:00 AM and 3 hours with private guide
Running days: every day, except on public holidays, Wednesday and Sunday
Level of difficulty: easy
Skip the line services: yes
Tickets: Vatican Museums
Suitable for: Couples, friends and families
Dress code: comfortable clothes and shoes. For churches your shoulders must be covered and your pants or skirts are admitted if they are at the knees.
Meeting point: Vatican Museums entrance, near the marble Arch