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KidZania London, London
(3.1/5 based on 550+ reviews on the web)
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TripAdvisor
  • The radio station was the best as it was high tech which is what we love. We weren't expecting it to be like this! We can't believe they had there very own bank!! We hope to come again as it was the b...  more »
  • in the u.k. are light years ahead of us, but not just about transportation. kidzania, a children's area, inside a mega Mall. Let me start out by saying that this mall is arriving by metro. the Mall hosts at this time an ice rink, fantastic! and it really is immense, and scenically beautiful, even the part concerning the Christmas decorations. Let's now talk about kid fennel, a city in the city, where children play to work, they can choose from a myriad of activities, make the cops, firefighters and turn off a real fire with real water, every activity they do, provides a small training, then go to work, if they do it well are paid with fake money, but have a true value , I mean at the end of the day, with the money you earn, you will be going in a store inside where as earned you can spend, and buy souvenirs or toys or anything, with fake money. really exciting (is a little pricey for the truth, 50 pound child by buying it online the day before, if you buy it the same day on site pay 70 pound) but I gotta say my son enjoyed it like crazy. certainly is meant only for children who speak and understand the English language, lucky for me, a friend of mine, who took her son, acted as interpreter to mine. If I'm back in London certainly going back!! very good!! nice idea!!!
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  • We went to Kidzania yesterday and had a great time. We had a voucher so that the adults went free which was good as there is absolutely nothing to do if youre an adult. I don't think they should charg...  more »
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  • I really enjoyed this place and a fantastic, huge and brave development for children to learn rather than just play. The aim is for kids to learn the value of work and financial reward by trying different professions in pretend scenarios like firemen on a mission to stop a building blaze. I was here for a charity day for underprivileged children and they loved every minute of it. I'm going to bring my own kids but a little young still. I would say 5 years plus would get the most from this experience. It must be difficult organising lots of children and so I agree having good staff makes a difference.
  • This place is AWFUL!!! You have to queue for at least an hour just to get in and even more when you actually want to do an activity!!! It was understaffed, loud and there was no clear instructions on what to do! I am an eleven year old boy and I was looking forward to going. I left with my brother after half an hour of queueing for one of the activities, and it saddened me to see my NINE YEAR OLD sister leaving in tears. Everything was too crowded and the staff didn't care at all about us. Overall, I am disappointed by this experience and I thought waiting for my food in Byron Burger was more fun than this. I would give a no star rating but I can't. Yours sincerely, Jamie Chetwood, aged 11
  • Great experience for younger children. Could have been amazing if it weren't for some of the staff. Obviously temporary staff as the had no interest in their job and adding to the experience. Talking amongst themselves and being generally unattentive towards the young customers.
  • Would've given 5 stars but vastly overpriced as two hours only gets you into about 4 activities and that's rushing from one place to another. The parent charge is unnecessary as nothing for them to do apart from paying for a coffee! I know they spent millions here and it's an expensive venue but to spend £30 for 2 hours per child is a lot. They can always extend the hours. Also staff take an awfully long time preparing stations between activities mostly wiping a counter for no good reason. My advice is, go for at least 4 hours then you can relax and enjoy.
  • It was amazing my kids loved it! I loved it to! It's child friendly! The children even get bank cards!