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Rainbow Magic Land
Rainbow Magic Land

Rainbow Magic Land

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Via della Pace, Valmontone, Italy

The basics

Rainbow MagicLand is sure to satisfy the young—and the young at heart—with its dozens of rides, from carousels to roller coasters, aimed at keeping children from toddlers to 12-year-olds entertained all day. In addition, the park provides a changing roster of theater and musical performances, aquatic rides and play fountains to cool off in, and a 4D planetarium with an overhead screen and thrilling special effects. Covering almost 150 acres, there is plenty to see and do in the separate sections themed with castles, fairies, Vikings, wizards, and other characters, including the Rainbow MagicLand mascot, Gattobaleno. Because of the popularity of this rolicking theme park, it’s best to book a one-day ticket in advance to skip the line at the entrance and have more time for adventures inside the park.

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Things to know before you go

  • Dining options inside the park range from fast-food stands to sit-down restaurants, as well as a picnic area.
  • The park is completely accessible to wheelchair users and visitors can ask for detailed accessibility information for each of the park’s rides and attractions at the information desk.
  • Parents of smaller children can rent a stroller and there are changing tables and highchairs available in all the park’s restaurants.
  • The rides and attractions are color-coded, so parents can gauge which are age-appropriate at a glance.
  • Other park services include an ATM, a bag check, and a number of souvenir shops.
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How to get there

Rainbow MagicLand is located in Valmontone, southeast of Rome. To reach the park from the city center, take the train to the Valmontone station; there is a free shuttle bus from the station to the park. If driving, take the A1 motorway to the Valmontone exit.

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When to get there

The park is open from April through October but is most crowded during the school summer holidays, from June through August.

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Highlights of Rainbow MagicLand

The rides and attractions at Rainbow MagicLand are geared toward younger children, aside from one more challenging roller coaster and the Mystika vertical drop. The biggest headliners are timeless classics like water rapids, bumper cars, and a ferris wheel that are appropriate for the whole family. Among the most popular shows are the Camelot Dinner, where guests take part in a medieval banquet while watching knights perform in a tournament.

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Frequently Asked Questions
The answers provided below are based on answers previously given by the tour provider to customers’ questions.
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