The British Museum’s collection is yours to explore with just a few clicks. Navigate continents and cultures—from prehistoric to present—with this interactive experience. Access renowned artifacts such as the Rosetta Stone, and hear directly from museum curators.
Ariel Way (Westfield shopping center), London, England
While children play at being grown-ups at KidZania London, parents keep an eye on their kids from the viewing windows, hang out in the adults-only rooms, and relax at the onsite eateries. Across the indoor city, imagination is encouraged as kids explore independently and "work" to earn kidZos (money), which can be spent on different games, gifts, and activities. Buy admission tickets in advance to guarantee entry and save time on the day.
Things to Know Before You Go
KidZania London is a great rainy-day destination for families.
The Early Years areas for children 4 and under open one hour after the full KidZania site.
Children aged 8 and below must be accompanied by an adult at all times.
There are several on-site restaurants, as well as a cafe and gift shop.
Some activities are only available for children ages 7 and above.
KidZania London is fully accessible for visitors with disabilities and wheelchair users.
How to Get There
KidZania is on the first floor of Westfield Shopping Centre in West London and can be easily reached by public transport. The closest Tube stations are Shepherd’s Bush and White City (both Central Line), as well as Wood Lane and Shepherd’s Bush Market (both Hammersmith and City Line). Several city buses stop nearby. For visitors arriving by car, there’s paid on-site parking at the shopping center.
When to Get There
Opening hours at KidZania London vary, although it’s typically open from mid-morning to mid-afternoon or evening. Check in advance before arranging your visit to save disappointment. KidZania London is busiest for school holidays, so visit outside of these peak hours for a quieter experience.
KidZania London is the only attraction of its kind in the country, but London has plenty more to offer families with children. Hang out at one of the city’s many green spaces, such as Hyde Park, marvel at the animals in London Zoo or the London Aquarium, and shop for toys at Hamleys. And don’t forget to pose like Harry Potter at Platform 9 and ¾ in King’s Cross Station.
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