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You can visit a city entirely for children in the UK

You can visit a city entirely for children in the UK

KidZania London is an entire city where kids can be grownups for the day - and even earn 'money'.

If you're based in the UK and looking for a kids' day out to remember, look no further than this city built just for children.

KidZania is a city where children can be grown-ups for the day and try their hands at a range of jobs, from TV presenting to fashion design to making their own Pokémon.

Located in Westfield Shopping Centre, Shepherd's Bush, London, it's described as an 'interactive city' for children aged four to 14. However, there are select activities available for children younger than this, too.

KidZania is a place where children 'can work, play, earn and learn while having fun in a range of role play activities.'

These activities were shown on a now-viral TikTok by a woman named Lauryn, who shares videos about her life as a mum.

The video was captioned: "My older girls loved it, so much to do & lots of fun was had."

However, she added: "The early years play areas could be improved though!"

Kids can try their hands at a range of jobs.
TikTok / /@lauryncp

Reacting to the viral video, one TikTok user wrote: "I worked there before for a while and as an adult it was exiting to go to work."

"They used to have an adult evening. Great fun," added a second.

"Me as a 22 year old wants to go [sic]," added a third, while a fourth wrote: "Can adults go cos sorry I'd be in my element [sic]."

A fifth shared: "i remember going when i was like 12 and was like omg working is gonna be so fun , fast forward 6 years… i hate working [sic]."

"HELLO????? WHY didn't they have this when I was a kid," complained a sixth viewer.

Lauryn went on to explain that while the city is advertised as suitable for all ages, she'd recommend it to parents of children who are at least four years old.

She wrote: "They have to be over 4 to do the jobs, so definitely over that age! x"

Kids can even design their own Pokémon.
TikTok / @lauryncp

If KidZania looks like it's up your street, tickets can be booked online and start at £25 for children aged between four and 14, and £16 for adults (that's anyone over 15).

It's worth noting that it's cheaper to buy KidZania tickets online, but if you do buy them on the door or via the phone, they will also be subject to a £1.50 booking fee.

Alternatively, you can even buy an annual pass for £129.

Would you consider taking your kids here? Or would you simply like to go as an adult? Let us know in the comments.

Featured Image Credit: Facebook/KidZania London

Topics: Life