- For up to 6 people
- Open-dated voucher
- Popular with families
Have your kids ever dreamt of become an Engineer, a Fire Fighter or the next Acting Sensation?
Located in Westfield London, KidZania is a 75,000 sq ft. child-size size city where kids aged 4-14 can have fun whilst learning valuable life skills in the UK’s first educational entertainment experience.
Within the city are over 60 real life role-play activities which kids can try out, like performing lifesaving operations at the Hospital, learning to protect residents at the Police Station, or becoming a professional radio show presenter!
Every activity at KidZania London teaches kids essential life skills including team work, critical thinking and financial literacy. Kids will also earn ‘KidZos’ (KidZania currency) for the activities they undertake. They can be used to purchase goods and services inside the city, or kids can open a personal savings account to deposit their money.
KidZania is the world’s fastest growing educational entertainment brand with 21 locations across the globe and has welcomed over 45 million visitors worldwide.
See the Kids Activities here.
Experience the first-ever WWE Academy and the kids can transform into their very own WWE Superstar. New to KidZania the activity is designed to unleash the imagination and kids can choose from a range of WWE props and ring gear, practice their own catchphrases, develop a persona, and create a promo video to become their favourite wrestling Superstar.
Lord’s Cricket Ground
Kids can pick up a bat and take part in Middlesex Cricket’s brand new mini home of cricket. Designed to look just like the real iconic Lord’s venue– the latest activity provides kids with the opportunity to take part in the game, get active and learn about the importance of teamwork and good sportsmanship through playing cricket in a replica of the games’ most inspirational venue.
Please check for up-to-date opening hours before travel as on certain Mondays and Tuesdays throughout the year, the venue is closed for private hire KidZania Opening Hours
Children from the age of 8 years may be left on their own at KidZania, however an adult must be present at the time of check in and provide suitable contact details.
'Email voucher' and 'print voucher' options can only be used for Walk-Up admissions.
Telephone and walk up bookings incur a £1.50 booking fee per ticket.
When calling 0330 131 3330 please quote SMARTSAVE to get the 20% discount. Please do not quote voucher bar codes.
What you should know
- Adult ticket must be purchased if your child is aged 7 or below. Early years tickets only give access to activities designed for children under 4
- Phone and walk up bookings incur a £1.50 booking fee per ticket.
- Pre-booking is recommended over weekends and school holidays.
- Please check opening dates and times before your visit
Prices and discounts
KidZania London Discount and Prices
|Child 4-14 yrs||£18.00||£14.40|
|Early Years 1-3 yrs||£10.00||£8.00|
|Child 4-14 yrs||£38.00||£30.40|
|Early Years 1-3 yrs||£10.00||£8.00|
* incurs a £1.50 booking fee per ticket, on top of discounted rate.
KidZania London Opening Times.
Please call 0330 131 3330 to book and quote SMARTSAVE to obtain the 20% discount.
Phone bookings: Ticket prices vary depending on the time slot booked. Regular Adult prices range from £15.00-£18.00 and Child prices from £18.00 to £38.00. The discount is taken off the regular price.
Please note: Walk up and phone bookings incur a £1.50 booking fee per ticket.
Last admission is always 4 hours prior to closing time.
Over peak periods and school holidays, Kidzania is open for extended periods.
Off Peak – Term Time
Monday - Thursday: 10:00am – 4:00pm
Friday – Sunday: 10:00am – 7:00pm
Peak – School Holidays
Monday – Sunday: 10:00am – 7:00pm
Please check with the venue directly as opening hours vary throughout the year.
KidZania London, Westfield London, London, W12 7GA, GB
Exhibitions & Events
The following events are included with your entry ticket:
KidZania London is launching an exciting new activity where kids can learn how to look after their pets in partnership with leading pet food brand Lily’s Kitchen and welfare charity PDSA. The new real-life activity will include role-play situations where children learn what makes good pet nutrition and allows them to examine animal charts and even perform surgery on one of the poorly pets.
KidZania often hears the adults say that they wish they could join in on the activities. Due to popular demand KidZania is now opening selected activities up to grown-ups every Sunday, allowing families to enjoy the fun all together. The Big ones can now join their little ones in GBK working in the kitchen to make their own tasty burgers or the TV Studio creating an exciting broadcast.
Train to become a professional air-conditioning engineer and help keep the City at an ideal temperature for the KidZanians. Find out how air-conditioning works and then take to the pipes to repair a faulty unit.
When your kids work as a Flight Attendant, they will learn all about the importance of safety and service.
Kids can learn how to take to the skies as a cadet at our Aviation Academy. When in training, they will use a state-of-the-art flight simulator – based on an actual A-319 plane!
Parents are welcome to come aboard and participate as passengers.
An exciting opportunity for your kids to scale the heights of KidZania using safe, professional climbing equipment. Once they have their harness and helmet on, they can prepare to scale one of our tallest buildings! They will learn important climbing tips from our trained instructors, that will help them scale the buildings. Don’t forget to catch the amazing view!
Kids will get the chance to learn the art of chocolate-making with our Master Chocolatier. They will find out where ingredients come from, before melting and moulding their own delicious chocolate. They will get to take home their chocolate chunk, which is collected at the end of their visit!
Do you have a little hero in your life? Our fire department is hard work but important and exciting – working as a team they’ll find out how fires start, and what they should do when spotting flames or smelling smoke. They will need to pay careful attention in their training though, as they’ll need to be alert for emergency calls…
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