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WINNER OF 2014 AND 2015 TRIPADVISOR CERTIFICATE OF EXCELLENCE Located in the heart of Rome, VIGAMUS is the only Museum in Italy dedicated to Video Games. A modern center, in which visitors can immerse themselves in the History of Video Games and...more
This is a really fun place to hang out, especially if your are travelling with teenagers who are into gaming. Me and my son spent a great afternoon there as it's really interactive, with lots of games set up for 2 players. It was wonderful...More
A must for anyone who grew up with video games in the 70s/80s/90s and want to indulge in some nostalgia.
Lots of static displays of consoles and games, lots to read on the walls and plenty of arcade machines (some originals) and consoles for free...More
My 9 years old son was insisting to visit the video game museum thus we arrange as per his wish.
Museum is located far away from the centre thus you need taxi to find it. Place is very small thus is not considered as museum...More
My son felt like home because he could play. The word "museum" is too big for this place. I would call it "arcade". No explanations, no one telling us a word. Actually no one even explained us tjere was "oculus" and how it worked so...More
We're in our 30's and it's a bit odd to see the things we had as young in a museum if you can call it that.
Lots of games to try out. But some was turned off or didn't work when we were there. A...More
After dragging our 14-year-old son through sighseeing days he'll appreciate more when he's home, we gave him the treat of our vacation with a visit to Vigamus. The display of vintage video games, many of which can be played, was a welcome break for him...More
My son gave this place 5 out of 5. He loved it, great for kids and teenagers and a change from all the siteseeing if you have children. My husband also enjoyed it....to be honest I was happy playing pacman and space invaders.
This was a must for my teenage son, no I must admit it was a welcome break in between all the precious art and sculpture in Rome. It's a bit off the beaten track but best visited if you are in the region of the...More
The museum was perfect. Near the subway, it offers you the opportunity to play lots of game, some from 60s, 70s, 80s ... but also from our recent games. Not only you can learn more about the history of the video games but you can...More