Explora – The Children’s Museum in Rome is structured as a city to play in, where everything can be observed, touched and experimented. Explora places communication, economy and new technologies in contact with the environment, creating occasions that allow children to explore the mysteries of things. The tour is not guided so children can freely choose which area they want to play in, remain there as long as they like, and change activity when they want. The exhibition pavilion is on two floors: the permanent installations that reconstruct the city and are tailored for children are on the ground floor, and the section dedicated to temporary exhibitions, the area dedicated to temporary theme workshops and the “Small Explorers” area for children under 3 years of age are on the first floor. The visit to Explora is enriched with campuses, feasts, events and animated readings, educational tours for schools, workshops and activities during the weekends and holidays, and theme days.