Join us this October Half Term where we have exciting new activity updates and lots of fun to get involved in!
Update re: Tier 2 Lockdown – 16th October 2020
Following the latest government guidelines as London moves into the HIGH alert level, we wanted to reassure you that we will continue to open as planned. However, we must ensure that visitors do not use our venue to meet with people from outside of their household or support bubble. We therefore ask for your support in this matter. If you already have a pre-booked ticket which is affected by these new guidelines or any further queries, please email us on email@example.com and our team will be happy to assist.
PLEASE ENSURE YOU READ OUR SAFETY MEASURES BEFORE VISITING
We ask that all guests satisfy the following four criteria as a condition of entry to KidZania London to ensure the safety of staff and guests...
All guests (including children 4+) must wear a face mask at all times
All guests must undergo a contactless temperature check before entry
All guests will need to satisfy a verbal questionnaire before entry
All guests must download the NHS test and trace app to check in
Please note that some of our activities will be temporarily closed and we regret that our Early Years Area will remain closed until further notice. Therefore, we will not be able to welcome any children under 4.
We are thrilled to be extending our key worker offer for selected dates during October Half Term! Key workers can book a FREE adult ticket per child by clicking the button below. Please bring your employee ID on the day of your visit.
Our city relies on our key workers to keep everyone safe, healthy and happy just like any other city and so we have made exciting changes throughout, including a rise in salary for key working professions, a daily ZanK-U parade and lots of kool facts in each activity.
We are celebrating different key worker professions each week across our website and social, so watch out!
We're proud to celebrate Black History Month at KidZania this October, with a handful of new partnerships and activities across the city.
Kids can drop into our Metro Newspaper HQ, and flex their literacy skills by writing an article for Cocoa Magazines - the UK's first magazines representing black children!
A stop by the National Library will allow kids to explore a 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 explore their Zimbabwean heritage.
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