Weekend in Rome- 25th and 26th May

What to do in Rome on the weekend of May 25th and 26th? Here are some suggestions:

Japan Days: Japan Days return to the PratiBus District spaces on May 25th and 26th. For the event there will be over 100 exhibitors, shows, laboratories, workshops and martial arts demonstrations to live a unique experience entirely dedicated to Japan. Visitors will be able to enter the colorful world of anime culture, discover bonsai, kimonos, Japanese calligraphy and participate in many other events. 
Entrance fee 5 euros.

ARF! Comics Festival: the tenth edition of ARF! Comics Festival returns to Rome, the exhibition that celebrates the talent of Silvio Camboni from his stories for the weekly Mickey Mouse to the two splendid volumes Mickey and the Lost Ocean and Mickey and the Land of the Ancients of that incredible French Disney/Glénat series on which ARF! had already put its spotlight on it with the Mickey by Glénat exhibition in 2018.

Piazza di Siena: until Sunday 26 May the 91st Rome International Horse Show (CSIO) will be held in the suggestive Villa Borghese in Rome. The four-day event showcases the intense competitiveness of the best horse and rider combinations on the show jumping circuit.
Free admission.

Art Festival in Monteverde: on Saturday 25th and Sunday 26th May the 10 years of opening of the Villa Pamphilj Theater will be celebrated with the Monteverde Art Festival. For the occasion, artists, technicians, professionals and citizens of all ages who have shared the theatre’s cultural and ambitious project in recent years will be present. There are also various activities planned for the little ones such as the Sing-a-long with Diego Di Vella and Lucia O’Farrell and Lorenzo Terranera’s painting workshop.
Free admission.

Planetarium of Rome celebrates its 20 years: exactly twenty years ago, on 26 May 2004, at the Museum of Roman Civilization in EUR, the Planetarium of Rome was inaugurated. To celebrate this anniversary, on Saturday 25th and Sunday 26th May the Planetarium organized two free entry days with special activities for the public. Among these, on Sunday 26 May the show “A golden dome of stars” will be held, “Birthday album” curated by Stefano Giovanardi and, finally, with Gianluca Masi the discovery of the Romaplanetario asteroid will be retraced.
Free admission.

Don’t forget that this will be the first weekend that Journey to the Forum of Caesar returns. Romans and tourists will be able to enjoy an exciting multimedia show that tells and brings to life the scenic archaeological area. The exciting and informative representation, accompanied by the narrative voice of Piero Angela. The traveling course divided into four stages will last approximately 50 minutes, available in 8 languages.

Have a good weekend!