Museum:VIGAMUS il primo museo del Videogioco
address: Via Sabotino, 4 00195 Roma
Complete: 8 â‚¬
Reduced: â‚¬ 5
Entitled to reduced tickets: Visitors of 6-14 years, visitors over 65 years old, disabled and carers.
Entitled to free tickets: Children under 5 years of age, employees of the Ministry of Heritage and Culture, guides Regione Lazio, accredited journalists, journalists registered with valid credentials, ICOM members.
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday 10: 00-20: 00 (open all day).
Closing days: Every Monday, May 1
Closures for Holiday Season: December 24 December 25 December 26, December 31, 01 in January.
How the Video Game were created? Thanks to ViGaMus - at the Museum of Video Game in Rome you will finally know his origins, from the first experiments until the 80: with 63 illustrated panels in Italian and English, giant walls dedicated to the cult of the past, more than 150 original pieces on display in console and vintage games and an interactive area to experience the History of Videogames with their own hands.
A spectacular journey through time, which will bring gamers of all ages in a new and sensational world.
With ViGaMus discover the legendary characters, the bizarre anecdotes and the incredible adventures of what is the most fun and innovative invention of the 20th century.
Located in the center of Rome, ViGaMus is the unique Museum of Videogames in Italy.
A modern and avant-garde, in which visitors can immerse themselves in the history of video game and discover the evolution of a young art form, but with an illustrious past behind, made of memorable characters and compelling stories.
The mission is to make ViGaMus culture and make the game accessible to all, with special attention to those who approach for the first time in this exciting universo.
VIGAMUS will also act as a pole of attraction for the study and preservation of the game, making a searchable archive available to all those who want to know more, for study or curiosity.