Moonlight postcards from the Vittoriano

Children and families at VIVE
- Friday, August 11, 7.30 p.m.

Visitors can discover the Vittoriano in the evening hours by participating in exploratory walks and animated tours to take participants on a journey through time in the footsteps of artists, musicians, philosophers and filmmakers.

The Vittoriano was designed by the architect Giuseppe Sacconi in honour of the first king of Italy, Victor Emmanuel II, in 1882-1883. The work was prolonged until the 1930s. Considered the supreme symbol of Italy united and independent, the Vittoriano soon became a pivotal place in the nation's collective imagination. Young and old are invited to discover its events, architecture and art with an animated narrative tailor-made for them. Visitors set off on a journey through time, walk up flights of steps and panoramic terraces, admiring the city from above thanks to the breath-taking view, and finally reinvent the places explored by creating imaginative and colourful illustrated postcards.

WHEN: Friday, 11 August
TIME: 7.30 p.m.
WHERE: Vittoriano
MEETING POINT: Vittoriano entrance, Ara Coeli side

Information and reservations

This tour costs 5 euros. The cost of the visit is in addition to the admission charge to VIVE. 

Up to 18 years old admission is free and between 18 and 25 years costs only 3 euros*.

To take part in the tour, book and buy your ticket at least 2 days in advance by clicking here.  

Please arrive at the meeting point 15 minutes before the start of your visit at the meeting point. 

For information contact the education team by sending an email to:

* From June 15 to September 15, under Decree Law No. 61 of June 1, 2023, the cost of the entrance ticket to the VIVE - Vittoriano and Palazzo Venezia is increased by 1 euro. The measure is aimed at financing interventions for the protection and reconstruction of cultural heritage damaged by the floods that occurred in May in Emilia Romagna, Tuscany and Marche.