And even 'Another' Italia in Miniature
This was a theatrical production depicting the 'History of Italia', complete with numerous costume and set changes, lots of singing and dancing, colourful lights and much appreciated seating, all taking place under the 'Big Top'. They even had an usher who sold really neat laser guns with an annoying whine...(mine broke after an hour, but Ma said she stepped on it accidently).
No charge, all part of the original admission fee. The story is told in Italian, but the story line is simplified, so interpretation is easy, even for the linguistically challenged. Good for about a forty minute snooze, with lots of smoke, noise, and laser lights, so the kids remain entertained while the adults doze.
Even with extreme temperatures outside, the area under the Big Top remained relatively cool. If you find it too hot, simply walk out. Nothing ventured, nothing gained.