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KidZania is an indoor city, run by kids! Your kids can independently choose from a number of real-life entertaining activities in one safe and secure space. Designed for children aged 4-14, KidZania blends learning and reality with entertainment...more
Suggested duration: More than 3 hours
Westfield London | Ariel Way, London W12 7GA, England
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Went here for a day out in London to be amazed. Great day out and especially impressed with the British airways academy and the TV studio, was definitely recommended, radio station is also was enjoyable for everyone.
Have visited before and thought it was fantastic, however very disappointed this time... some of the best attractions are gone (eg formula 1) and some where closed.
Seems like they have reduced staff and depth of some of the interactions. The dentist was a waste...More
Some mildly interesting things for kids to see and do. Such as the Pilot training and tv channel participation.
Kids learn value by earning and paying for items with play money, some of ehich you get on entry.
Adults paying for babysitting their...More
Visited in November 2018 with my 2year old son and 13year old sister in law. When we entered we started to explore, my son went to the paramedic/ambulance zone and all he wanted to do was have a picture at the ambulance and look at...More
My 9yr old pestered us to come here after seeing a TV ad some time back. My husband took him. I thought it would be tough for him as an only child to go on his own. He loved it. He managed 9 activities and...More
We visited with two 6 yo kids and a 1 yo baby on the last Fri of Nov, hoping that it won’t be too crowded. The kids went in at 1045am (thou tickets bought for 11am). It was not crowded, and they did not spend...More
Visited Kidzania last Saturday after being curious for a long time about if it suitable for my 5 year old. The lovely lady at customer service, Anna, was amazing (she was the one that originally sold us the tickets) she explained everything to us about...More
This was my second visit, my children are boys aged 8 and 6. They both love it, they enjoy all the jobs, making their money and banking it.
All staff we encountered where friendly and polite, the queue for activities not bad at all -...More
We spent this afternoon at Kidzania and have mixed reviews. Like others have said, the idea is great as is the infrastructure. But even on what I was told was a slower day, my kids spent a lot of time in queues. So they didn't...More
We purchased tickets online as we were flying in from out of town. When we arrived at the appointed time of our booking, it was jam packed. I don't mean crowded, I mean almost no room to breathe jam packed. We had printed tickets from...More
Response from MrsJaneM2017 | Reviewed this property |
Hello. You don't have to sit in a café but you can't take part in the experiences. You can watch (and take pics) from outside each one as your child partakes. There is a lot of standing about - but it's nice to see the... More
Hello. You don't have to sit in a café but you can't take part in the experiences. You can watch (and take pics) from outside each one as your child partakes. There is a lot of standing about - but it's nice to see the kids doing the different tasks once they get in.
We had about 9 kids with us they all wanted to do different things. It was very hard to please all of them so we split up into groups. All adults did have a ticket. We took the kids where they wanted to go and waited for... More
We had about 9 kids with us they all wanted to do different things. It was very hard to please all of them so we split up into groups. All adults did have a ticket. We took the kids where they wanted to go and waited for them outside. If it was an activity outside in the open we followed them around. Once they rehearsed the British Airways activity we were able to go inside and be passengers on the plane. I really liked this activity