I have recently read that kids under 18 get in free to the Colosseum. Does anyone know if this applies anywhere else? I'll be travelling with kids aged 12 and 14. I'm looking to book tickets for the Borghese online and when I get to the page to select what type of ticket to buy, it specifically says for the cheapest option of 2 euro (I assume that's the online service fee?), "Child under 18 or EU Senior over 65". It doesn't say "EU" Child, just child. The reduced fee of 6.50 says, "EU citizens aged 18-25 and EU teachers" so again there they are also referencing "EU". However, on the website's informational page, it doesn't say that all kids under 18 get in for just 2 euro, so I'm confused. Anybody have any experience with this recently? I don't want to buy them a full priced ticket if I don't need to, but I don't want to get turned away because I bought the wrong ticket too. Thanks!