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VR Back to the past trasparente

Guided tours in the Eternal City
with virtual reality

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Learning with Virtual Reality:

VR for Schools

Let’s meet for an extraordinary lesson
and learn about history and art in an engaging way!

Virtual reality technology will allow you to experience an extraordinary journey and take you back in time to see, with your own eyes, what you have read in history books so far. A specialized guide will accompany us on our virtual journey and can answer all your questions and curiosities.

Art and history will no longer seem the same to you!

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Student-friendly activities!

Guided Tours + VR

Guided tours of Imperial Rome, St. Peter's Basilica, Castel Sant'Angelo, and Medieval Viterbo with 3D headsets.

Interactive lessons

Interactive lessons at school and in the classroom with the support of 3D visors. We've got it all covered!

Other guided Tours

Tailored and personalized guided tours: museums, monuments, itineraries, exhibitions, and much more.

PLEASE NOTE: All activities will be conducted with the accompaniment and guidance of an official and authorized tour guide, archaeologist or art historian, capable of leading students through a unique and engaging educational experience!

How to organize them?

Identify the group

Identify the group of students with whom you think to organize the educational activity, as this will make it easier to customize it to their needs and interests!

Contact us

Contact us by phone or email and let us know the number of people, their age, and the type of topic you would like to cover.

Let's plan!

We will plan the activity that best fits students’ needs, and we create a special proposal and a quote for your school.

Tours and lessons with VR headsets

Tour #1

Imperial ROME

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A journey through time that will take you to the era of Imperial Rome. The Colosseum area, Ludus Magnus, the Forums of Augustus and Trajan, the Theatre of Marcellus, the Roman insulae, and the Circus Maximus are the places you can visit and discover with virtual reality headsets.

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Tour #2

St. Peter's
Basilica and Castel S. Angelo

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A journey through time to discover the history of the largest and most famous Basilica in the world. From the ancient area of the gardens of Agrippina, passing through the Constantinian building, and ending with the modern Basilica dominated by Michelangelo’s magnificent dome and enriched by Bernini’s splendid colonnade, virtual reality will allow you to visualize and understand the stages of this long, laborious, and fascinating architectural history. But it is not all: a few hundred meters from St. Peter’s Basilica, another building stands and awaits you to reveal two millennia of history and transformations: Castel Sant’Angelo.

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Tour #3

Medieval VITERBO

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The origins of Viterbo date back to the Neolithic period, and in the Middle Ages, its history gave it prominence, among other things, transforming it in 1266 into the papal residence. We will relive the development of the Viterbo territory from the Neolithic to the Middle Ages, see the Piazza del Plebiscito and the Macchina di Santa Rosa, the assassination of Henry of Cornwall in the Piazza del Gesù, and finally, be witnesses to the longest conclave in history…

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Other guided tours for schools

The following is a list of guided tours and itineraries designed for schools. These itineraries do not use our virtual reality headsets, but are designed and conducted by our authorized guides who specialize in activities with students. They are customizable and in some cases accompanied by workshops and practical activities. We invite you to consult this list, read the details of each tour, and contact us to personalize them based on the needs of your students and your teaching program.

The following icons will help you quickly identify the age groups for which each itinerary can be tailored, and the possibility of conducting in-depth workshops on the topics covered:

Kindergarten / Preschool

Primary school

Middle school

activities included

Orto botanico di Roma
The BOTANICAL GARDEN of Rome, among flowers and butterflies.
Galleria Nazionale d Arte Moderna di Roma Sergio D’Afflitto, CC BY-SA 3.0 IT , via Wikimedia Commons
Murales di Tor Marancia
An open-air museum: THE MURALS OF TORMARANCIA.
Discovering the professions of the Ancient Romans at OSTIA ANTICA.
Piazza Navona
Discovering ANCIENT EGYPT on the streets of Rome.
Villa dei Quintili Sara Fioravanti, CC BY-SA 4.0 , via Wikimedia Commons
The VILLA DEI QUINTILI and its thermal baths
Le terme di Caracalla
Musei Capitolini di Roma
The CAPITOLINE MUSEUMS: the foundation of Rome and its oldest museum.
Castel Sant Angelo
CASTEL SANT'ANGELO: from tomb of the emperors to museum
Mercati di Traiano
The MARKETS OF TRAJAN: what did the ancient Romans eat
The Stadium of Domitian and PIAZZA NAVONA
La Roma barocca di Bernini e Borromini
The BAROQUE ROME of Bernini and Borromini.
Caravaggio nelle chiese e nelle strade di Roma
CARAVAGGIO in the churches and streets of Rome.
Centrale Montemartini foto di Matteo Basile su pexels
The CENTRALE MONTEMARTINI: from hydroelectric power plant to museum.
Ponte Sant Angelo
Legends about ghosts among THE STREETS OF ROME.
Portico d Ottavia nel Ghetto ebraico di Roma Camelia.boban, CC BY-SA 4.0 , via Wikimedia Commons
The JEWISH GHETTO of Rome and the Synagogue
Galleria Borghese
The TOWERS of Rome
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