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KidZania London Reopens It's Doors!

On 1st October we welcomed back our visitors to the fun and learning!

On 1st October we welcomed back our visitors to the fun and learning!

Before reopening, our number one priority was to ensure the health and safety of our guests and staff and that we met all public health requirements.

Closely following government guidelines, we developed extensive health and safety measures to be implemented around the city in order to ensure our guests have a safe but ZaZ experience! You can find a full list of our health and safety measures here.

What's more, whilst you were away some of our activities had a fresh new update, meaning kids can get involved in key worker roles such as those who kept our country moving throughout the pandemic! From assisting in the delivery of PPE to updating the KidZanian community with the latest news, the possibilities are endless!

Check out what fun we've had in October so far...

KidZania ZanKs Heroes

KidZania ZanKs Heroes

At KidZania London, our city relies on our key workers to keep everyone safe, healthy and happy just like any other city.

We wanted to say a huge ZanK-U to those who have worked hard throughout the pandemic and so made some exciting changes in the city! All key working professions had a rise in salary, with some reflecting real life roles during the pandemic, daily ZanK-U parades and lots of kool facts in each activity, which have been carefully adapted with increased hygiene and distancing routines to help keep everyone safe during play.

For our reopening weekend we were delighted to offer key workers a free adult ticket whilst also celebrating different key worker professions across our social channels!

Black History Month Celebrations!

Black History Month Celebrations!

Introducing new partnerships and activities across the city, we are so proud to be celebrating Black History Month! At KidZania, every child is welcome and we want to continue spreading awareness about the importance of Black history!

We were so excited when Cocoa magazines agreed to partner with us in our Metro newspaper activity! Cocoa magazines was founded by Serlina Boyd, the UK's first Black children's magazine, to empower and build the confidence of Black children all around the world. We wanted to give kids get the opportunity to flex their literacy skills and write an article for Cocoa magazines, taking home their very own copy! It has been incredible watching the creativity and interest as they learn more about journalism and are exposed to a great magazine such as Cocoa!

What's more, in our National Library we developed a brand new sound installation created in partnership with author SP K Mushambi. Kids can listen as Mushambi narrates chapters from her books which follow children Naniso and Shinga as they explore their Zimbabwean heritage! It has been so popular!

Hear ye, hear ye!

To reflect on what we have learnt during lockdown, we asked children to write a letter to their future selves about their lockdown experience! We also received some incredible letters from inspiring professionals, who shared with us what it was like to work during a pandemic and the changes they had to make as a result!

Together, these were buried away in our Time Capsule for 10 years! Check out the special ceremony we held when we reopened, where it was up to our trusted guards to keep the letters safe and locked away!

Check out our awesome panel discussion with an incredible lineup!

As part of our Time Capsule launch, we were thrilled to host an insightful panel discussion, focusing on what the future now looks like for children, what skills they may have developed, career aspirations and how we can empower them!

Say hello to our special guests...

Prof Ger Graus OBE - Global Director of Education at KidZania

Ric Fearnett - CEO KidZania London

Serlina Boyd - Founder of Cocoa Girl & Boy magazines

Iain Hennessey - Clinical Director of Innovation, Alder Hey Children's Hospital

Hero Brown - Founder of Muddy Stilettos

Kishan Shah - Mayor of KidZania London