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KidZania London, London

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  • On the advice of a friend, I took my daughter to Kidzania in London and, as expected, didn't want to leave! The place, as described by many before me, simulates a sort of town run by children, where children can learn many different crafts, being rewarded with a local money and shop. The fact that for every job there are uniforms, differentiated roles, etc. entertains children, who at the same time learn something on each job and, in General, on the mechanism work/pay. My daughter, of 5 years, was really excited, although still speaks good English and understood little of what was being explained (we have helped with the translation), but it was still involved in the game by both the staff of the trades that other kids participants. I was sad that there wasn't much to the younger brother; We say that is a place definitely nicer way from 4 years up. The price is cheaper by buying the ticket online; our visit lasted 5 hours. I'll go again from Kidzania, maybe by trying one in another city.
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  • Firstly, please if you are using a train to get to London have a look at the Chiltern 2 for 1 tickets as Kidzania features in their booklet and this will save you money. Without saving this money, Kid...  more »
  • Me and my children visited the venue (Aged: 7,4 and 1) and had a lovely day out. Would advise to get there early during the holidays as you can imagine it is a really popular attraction and the lines ...  more »
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  • Great place for children of various ages. Lots to do, places to eat and bags of fun. Like a micro theme park if you like - kids queue for the activities they would like to be part of, so be expected to have to wait around a fair bit. Having said that, the kids really enjoy the activities and jobs they partake in! They have their own currency which kids earn and spend. Although it's best to have a look in the shop beforehand so you get a good idea of prices, so you're little ones don't find themselves with too few currency to make a purchase at the end of the day! There are also places for grown ups to chill and let their kids roam! Other than that it's a one stop shop of fun!
  • With an annual pass this is good value and a fantastic experience for the children of today who are generally over-stimulated with pads and electronic games. It is a vision to watch you it child consider the options between learning and working and between spending in their own department store or depositing their earned cash in the bank. Not all children start at the same level of worldly awareness. With Kidzania you can help your little one learn to take responsibility and understand their options in life early enough to think about them sensibly. Definitely NOT just a day out for amusement.
  • Great experience for my 11-years old. We came early (about 30 minutes before opening). The waiting paid off. There weren't too many kids around. My boy certainly had 4 hours of fun. One star LEDs because I as a patent had a hard time keeping my kid Form emptying my wallet on all the real money food / drink / fan stores inside. Otherwise this had been a great day here.
  • Great idea but executed poorly. If you love waiting in line with your kids....This the place for you. Kids are supposed to get 5 to 6 activities done in the 4 hours you pay for. Mine only got 3 due do the horrible lines and the fact they they only take 8 kids at a time. Waste of money. The number of kids dramatically reduced in the evening after 4:30. This was a blessing since the kids spent most of their visit in lines. Hence the extra star.
  • Good idea, but very poorly managed. It took nearly an hour to queue to get in initially. If you are charging over £100 for 4 to get in, you really need to spend more on the logistics rather than doing it on the cheap. Once inside it is obvious that they're just trying to pack as many kids in as possible to maximise revenue giving no consideration yo the adverse impact on each child's experience. This makes a lie of the way this whole endeavour is dressed up as being for the benefit of the children, it isn't, it exists to make a profit. Expect queues. Expect added charges throughout. Definitely won't go again.

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