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Touring Santiago with young children

A day of interactive family fun for children and grown-ups.
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Rating: 3 out of 5 by EveryTrail members
Difficulty: Easy
Length: 10.4 miles
Duration: Full day
Family Friendly

Overview :  Looking for a fun family day out? This full-day tour include three great stops both children and adults will enjoy.

Tips:  Transportation: The three spots in this tour are far apart from each other, but all very much worth seeing. These places are easily... more »

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Points of Interest

Children will love interacting, playing, and learning with the exhibitions at Museo Interactivo Mirador (MIM). It takes approximately three hours to visit the whole museum – which features rooms where they will learn about the Earth, the Universe, mining, fluids, and other exciting scientific topics – plus additional time for complementary... More

For an open-air break in between parks, you can make a stop at Parque Metropolitano, located in the bohemian Bellavista neighborhood. (Note, the buses do not run from 1:30-2:15pm.)
Watch the “chinchinero” play his drum at the base of San Cristobal hill, or take a photo with a llama dressed in typical Andean colors.
If you have the time, visit... More

KidZania Santiago is one of the 17 parks under this brand, around the world. Aimed at children between 4 and 13 years old, its interactive activities combine both entertainment and education. Playing, exploring, and learning are part of the experience of getting acquainted with the business world, in a city built to fit children’s size. In this... More