The Vatican For Kids Private Walking Tour inc Tickets: Stories and Secrets of the Vatican

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  • Private Tour
  • 3 hr

Admire the treasures of the Vatican Museums, the beautifully painted Sistine Chapel and the magnificent St Peter's Basilica as a family.

Itinerary Details

Experience a family tour of the iconic Vatican, and hear stories of Rome's tumultuous history and colourful characters.

  • Explore the Vatican Museums - home to many of the world's most treasured artistic masterpieces.
  • Skip the line with your family and be mesmerized by Michelangelo’s two great frescoes at the Sistine Chapel – The Creation and the Last Supper.
  • Your tour ends in St Peter's Square, where you will be able to queue for St Peter's Basilica, which has additional queues due to covid restrictions. 
Vatican City is considered to be the centre of the Roman Catholic Church and is undoubtedly one of the most historically and culturally-rich cities in the world. As the world’s smallest independent state, situated in the centre of Rome, Vatican City is home to the Swiss Guards – tasked with protecting the Pope; St. Peter’s Basilica – the centre of the Catholic world; St. Peter’s Square – a large plaza situated in front of St. Peter’s Basilica; Sistine Chapel – the official residence of the Pope; and Vatican Museums – home to paintings and sculptures collected by the Popes for hundreds of years. 

Tour duration
3 hours

Type of tour
Walking tour – no transport costs are included. Your guide will help you get around on the day.

Tickets included
  • Skip-the-line entrance tickets to the Sistine Chapel and the Vatican Museums

Other inclusions
Family-Friendly Tour
Gratuities optional
Customisable - simply ask us

Suitable for
Arty Farty, Culture Vulture, Family, History Buffs

Attractions along this route:

St. Peter's Basilica
The most important church in the Catholic world, and without doubt the most impressive.

Vatican Museums
A jaw-dropping Papal collection of art and artefacts.

Sistine Chapel
The jewel in the Vatican's crown, adorned with a stunning fresco by Michelangelo.
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