Visit Carsulae with children
The archaelogical park surrounded by Nature in Umbria, Italy

Carsulae is an archaelogical park in the province of Terni, Umbria, Italy, that is absolutely worth visiting with children! Ancient Roman municipium along the important via Flaminia, preserves many interesting monuments such as: the Amphitheater, the Forum, the marble-clad Arch, some funerary monuments and a spa. In one of the ancient water cisterns an Antiquarium has been created which collects architectural fragments, painted plaster, architectural terracotta and funerary sculptures. Inside the archaeological park there is also a Documentation Center which displays material resulting from research carried out between 1951 and 1972 by the archaeologist Ugo Ciotti.

Why a visit to Carsulae with children?

The archaeological park of Carsulae is an excellent destination to visit with children in Umbria both as a family and on a school trip in the region. The main interest is certainly the historical one that joins:


  • uncontaminated nature made of wheat fields, ancient oaks and grazing sheep …
  • an app that allows you to see through virtual reality how the archaeological site was once …
  • highly educational area for children as they are completely immersed into history …
  • numerous events dedicated to children …
  • free car parking …
  • suitable for a day out for the whole family …

Visiting hours
April – September, every day 8:30 a.m. – 7:30 p.m.
October – March, every day 8:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.

Images taken fron the official website

Sleeping near Carsulae with children

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