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Donato ,  Italy Italy
30 Apr 2023
Ottimale comodo veloce e conveniente grazie al mio sconto wind
Daragh,  Ireland Ireland
06 Jul 2017
Excellent theme park. This was our third visit since 2014, so we were a bit bored this time round... Nonetheless, a fantastic experience as always. Staff are excellent, food is good, rides are...
Excellent theme park. This was our third visit since 2014, so we were a bit bored this time round... Nonetheless, a fantastic experience as always. Staff are excellent, food is good, rides are awesome. Just don't overdo it!!
Rina,  Israel Israel
22 Aug 2019
We had a great time in the park. I came with kids 17, 13 and 5 and all 3 loved it. It's well maintained and offers fun activities for all ages.

About: MagicLand

MagicLand is a family-friendly theme park with roller coasters, soft play areas, various live shows and performances, as well as a planetarium. It is located just 45 minutes outside of Rome.

Wednesday Closed
Thursday Closed
Friday Closed
Saturday 10:30 - 18:00
Sunday 10:30 - 18:00
Monday Closed
Tuesday Closed
Via della Pace, 00038, Valmontone
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