Yeah we know, we have already written a post concerning fun things to do in Milan with your kids but…trust us, there are more!
1. A ride on the Tram.
Start with one of the symbols of the city, your kids will love this clattering, old-fashioned, yellow tram. Our suggestion is to get on the tram #1 at the metro station Caiazzo in direction P.za Castelli, stay on it for 15 stops passing in front of some highlights of the city like La Scala Opera House, and then get off right in front of the Simplon Gate. Once there you can decide to enter the Sempione Park and pretend to be knights and princesses in the Medieval Sforza Castle.
2. Milan Segway Tour.
Are your kids at least 12 and taller than 60 inches (150cm)? Great! Then you can live an exciting three-hours experience together with your family: an engaging Milan Segway Tour to discover Milan. Wear the helmet, do the training and…go with one of our local guides! A funny, informative, safe ride is waiting for you! Extra tip: we provide also an engaging Milan Segway Night Tour!
3. Childrenshare + EXPO.
An interesting project hosted at the Muba – Kids Museum, which as the site says, is a “cultural events program for children and their families on the core themes of EXPO Milano 2015”. And in case you still don’t know it, the core theme of EXPO Milano 2015 is…the food! Check out the program here and set the table!
4. Milan Food Tour.
Have you ever considered to take a Food Walking Tour with your kids? Yep we’re not crazy, we know that kids can be picky but…they’re curious too and there’s no better way to show them the complexity of a culture and the history of a territory than through its food. We could resume the tour like this: a pleasant stroll through the charming district of Brera talking about food and Italian habits while having delicious and various bites. Does it sound interesting? Psst…watch the video!
5. Parco della Villa Reale.
Did you know that in Milan there’s a hidden park where adults can enter only if accompanied by children? It’s the Garden of the Villa Reale, located right next to the metro station Palestro. You can come to this enchanting English-style garden to relax for a few hours of or even picnic with your kids.
Well, now you have a bunch of tips about things to do in Milan with your kids, Milan is (also) a city for happy families, enjoy it!