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Time Elevator Rome 3-D Movie and Simulated Ride

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Roma, Italy
icon45 minutes  (Approx.)
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Learn about ancient Rome in 3-D at Time Elevator Rome, a multisensory experience that combines video, moving platforms and surround sound. You’ll travel through time, from Romulus and Remus to Julius Caesar to the Renaissance. Then enter the modern age as you cover 20th-century events up to the present day. This is a quick, unique way to start your Rome trip by diving into its long, action-filled history. 
  • 3D ride on the Time Elevator Rome
  • Multi-sensory simulated time travel from the birth of Rome to today
  • Meet Romulus and Remus, Brutus and Caesar, Michelangelo and the Popes
  • Panoramic screens, moving platforms and individual headsets
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Time Elevator Roma Show (45 minutes)
Personal headsets with surround-sound system
Hotel pickup and drop off
Food and drinks, unless specified

Departure Point dei Santi Apostoli, 20, 00187 Roma RM, Italy

Return Details

Returns to original departure point
Time Elevator Rome is located in Rome’s historical center, just off Via del Corso. As you take your seat, prepare for your 3-D movie experience that whisks you through 3,000 years of Roman history in just 45 minutes.

Your seat is part of a moving platform that together with special effects and surround sound creates a multisensory journey from 773 BC to today. Travel to the glory days of the Roman Empire; eavesdrop on Brutus as he plots to kill Julius Caesar; learn about Romulus and Remus and the legend of the foundation of Rome; and stop by the Renaissance with its art and architecture icons. Move into the 20th century, and then finish with an aerial view of present-day Rome.

Personal headsets for this experience are provided in English, German, Spanish, French, Italian and Russian.  
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Time Elevator Rome 5D Experience
Time Elevator is an exciting journey that involves all the senses. Thanks to digital-mechanical and stereoscopic technologies you can go back in time and learn more about history and culture of Rome! Everyone who enters into Time Elevator flies back in time to the legend of Romulus and Remus and the founding of the eternal city, seeing victories and defeats, development and decline of the Roman Empire, the Middle Ages and the Renaissance, the Fascist period till the present day.. It’s the perfect way to complete the tour of Rome. Time Elevator Experience carries and projects the viewer towards the most significant events from a totally unique perspective, experiencing in first person a virtual contact with historical figures who have marked the main stages of the epic Rome. This is possible thanks to special effects! Experience is available in 6 languages Italian, English, French, German, Spanish, Russian. After the show it's possible to put on traditional Roman costumes and take a picture!
Duration: 45 minutes
Admission Ticket Included
  • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
  • Access facilities for physically handicapped people are available
  • All Children under 5 years old must be 100cm in height to participate and have to sit on static seats
  • Wheelchair accessible
  • Stroller accessible
  • Near public transportation
  • Transportation is wheelchair accessible
  • Most travelers can participate
  • This tour/activity will have a maximum of 2 travelers
  • OPERATED BY Time Elevator Roma

For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience. Learn more about cancellations.

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What is the maximum group size during Time Elevator Rome 3-D Movie and Simulated Ride?
This activity will have a maximum of 2 travelers.

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Lucy B
, Oct 2019
Very informative. Wonderful. The staff was helpful and bathrooms clean. If you wanted to dress up like a Roman citizen you could.
An interesting introduction to Rome's...
, Oct 2018
An interesting introduction to Rome's history - and to the attractions of Rome. Value for money.
Corny, ok overview for your first...
Kari C
, Jun 2018
Corny, ok overview for your first day in Rome while you hold off the jetlag, but the mechanism under the English speaking car, at least appeared to broken. It jolted and was so jarring it seemed like gears were broken. I truly was concerned that I was going to have my back put out by the end of the ride. The whole thing appeared to need work.....
The boys loved it but a bit old and...
, Oct 2017
The boys loved it but a bit old and tired and not great if you suffer motion sickness!
This was an interesting attraction...
Michelle W
, Aug 2017
This was an interesting attraction which provided some overall background to the history of Rome. Our 10 year really liked it. Our teenagers were amused by it and my husband and I found it a nice change of pace, but certainly not a critical stop if you have a short time in Rome. I would recommend this attraction if you have plenty of time in the city or if you have kids who need a change of scenery.
did not have a chance to do this...
, Jun 2017
did not have a chance to do this , problems at traveling made us came late one day later.
A wonderful trip through history...
Peter W
, May 2017
A wonderful trip through history, using modern technology, I really felt I was there. Didn't run for 45 minutes, much less, but still good.
Nice for people who are going to Rome...
, Jan 2017
Nice for people who are going to Rome for the first time.
Quite engaging but the jolting seats...
, Oct 2016
Quite engaging but the jolting seats were unnecessary.
The simulated ride portion was broken...
, Sep 2016
The simulated ride portion was broken so we have no idea if it was worth it.

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