Rome Wheelchair accessible
Enter your dates to find available activities
Best Value

Popular Wheelchair accessible in Rome

View all Wheelchair accessible in Rome
See all 1365 tickets & tours

What people are saying about Rome

Loved it! We really skipped the entire line and crowds and went in

This was a wonderful option with kids. This allows you to just skip the line, go right in and and see what you want-no tour guide. This was so important in the summer heat. With young kids, we opted to bypass a lot of the museum (the first half) and go into the Sistine Chapel... in order to get into the Sistine Chapel during the busy summer months, you still have to see a good portion of the museum anyway as you work your way on the path to the Sistine chapel. With this ticket, you aren’t with a tour so you don’t have to wait in a group... you can go at your pace. After the Sistine Chapel you can also go into St Peters Basilica-Free and open to just walk in before leaving Vatican City. Enjoy!

An amazing tour with very knowledgable and engaging guides.

The tour, of this amazing architecture was amazing with good organisation on the ground of the separate parts , first with an archaeologist giving very interesting and detailed information about the Colosseum and then another , very friendly and engaging guide giving information about the Roman forum. The Roman forum guide also gave useful info about other aspects of how to enjoy our visit to Rome. Highly recommended!

Excellent opportunity with great learning.

This is an excellent learning opportunity for both children and adults. It's easy to find and the person running it makes learning fun and easy to understand. My girls had a ball here and really enjoyed everything they learned. We liked the museum. The mosquitoes were bad in July so do wear/take bug spray.

Rome: 2-Hour Gladiator School Reviewed by Mrs., 07/11/2019

Lots of fun for the paricipants and the spectators.

We travelled with our nine year old grandson. He and his father were the gladiators. They let the "gladiators" try on various armor. You get a brief history/explanation of gladiatorial combat and over an hour of training and fighting. It was great. I would recommend it for preteens.

Rome: 2-Hour Gladiator School Reviewed by Lawrence, 07/10/2019

Excellent experience! Guide was so knowledgeable and enthusiastic!

Matteo is a fantastic guide, his depth of knowledge and understanding of art and history is huge. That combined with his real enthusiasm made for a truly remarkable and perfect tour !

Rome: Borghese Gallery and Gardens Skip-the-Line Tour Reviewed by Anonymous, 07/10/2019