KidZania London is an indoor city for kids for 4-14 year olds, located in Westfield London, Shepherd’s Bush. 

KidZania gives kids the power to choose from a wide range of fun learning activities, designed to boost confidence, independence and soft skills by running their own city, as well as bringing classroom learning to life. Activities are designed to link back to the curriculum across PSHE, Literacy and STEM. 

The unique interactive learning experience reflects real-life careers in partnership with real brands. Experiences range from learning how to be a pilot in a genuine flight simulator with British Airways, to becoming a firefighter, or learning to be a journalist with Metro newspaper.  

KidZania creates aspirations for kids by opening their eyes to skills and careers they might not know exist and promoting the possible every time they visit.

The experience lasts 4 hours, with the activities running for 20 minutes on average. KidZania is open during term time and school holidays, and also offers birthday parties, school visits and corporate events.

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KIDZANIA LONDON PARTNERS WITH UK PARLIAMENT WEEK FOR PARLIAMENT FAIR THIS NOVEMBER

KidZania London, the indoor-city run by kids, has teamed up with UK Parliament Week to host a series of exciting activities and workshops for schools, supporting the provision of Key Stages 1-3 PSHE learning. Designed to teach students about the world of politics, debating and current issues, the KidZania’s Parliament Fair will run on the 14 and 15 November 2018 for schools and 17 and 18 November for the general public. ...

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Kidpreneur Festival

Whether your child is a media mogul in the making, or hatching plans for digital domination, more and more children are taking the world of business head on. To celebrate and inspire the next generation of entrepreneurs, KidZania London, the indoor city built for kids located at Westfield, London, Shepherd’s Bush, is hosting its first ever KidPreneur Festival on Saturday 11 November. ...

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