Win tickets to Kidzania London

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You can easily search by location, budget or your child’s age – with school holidays being an expensive time, LittleBird is a great way to find affordable fun!

Ryland and I were excited to try out KidZania in London, one of LittleBird’s many partners. Kidzania have 24 centres worldwide and offer kids the opportunity to role play in adult jobs, earning and spending kidZos currency.

KidZania is designed as a miniature city, with buildings, shops, theatres, roads and even vehicles. Situated in London’s Westfield Shopping Centre (close to Shepherd’s Bush station), KidZania London has activities ranging from making chocolate, to flying a plane, being a dentist and presenting a show on Al Jazeera!

At check in, kids get an electronic wristband so parents can track their activities, plus 50 KidZos to spend (make sure your child has a pocket or bag to keep these safe!). A session is designed to be four hours long, with the kids expected to try between 5 and 8 activities in that time. Some activities have to be paid for with KidZos, some are free, and for some of them your child will earn KidZos. If your child is 8 or older, they can be left on their own in KidZania – while you enjoy some quality adult time in Westfield!

As Ryland has just turned 8, this was the perfect time for us to visit. On the way to London, we looked at the website and he made a list of the activities he most wanted to do. On arrival he did the Cadbury chocolate making, the flight attendant and the drumming academy. The Fire and Police service were popular, but Ryland wasn’t keen to do those (I did notice that younger kids were excited about the ‘dressing up’ aspect of these jobs!). For active kids, you could play cricket at the sports Stadium, climb through air conditioning pipes or up buildings, and the Let’s Dance pop up disco looked fun.

After taking a few photos I decided to leave Ry for a while whilst I popped out shopping – he felt a real sense of independence being able to explore on his own and make his own decisions. Although when I returned to find him window cleaning, I couldn’t help but laugh: ‘…but Mum, I earned 12 KidZos for doing it!’ . KidZos can be spent in the shop at the exit (Ry bought a banana scented pencil with 30 of his) – or they can be used to open an account at the KidZania Bank!

I asked what his favourite activity was, and he said that being a DJ on Capital FM was brilliant – he was excited that he got to introduce a Dua Lipa song!

Win! KidZania tickets

I’ve teamed up with LittleBird to give away tickets for up to 2 children plus 2 adults (or 3 children and one adult) to visit KidZania London. The tickets will be valid for 6 months.

How to enter

Log in to the Gleam widget below, then scroll down and leave a comment on this blog post to let me know which activity from the LittleBird website you’d love to enjoy with the family this Easter! Then leave your name in the Gleam widget. This is the only mandatory task.

Win KidZania London tickets

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Closing date for entries is 16 April 2018 and it’s open to UK residents aged over 18 – check the widget for full T&Cs. Not sure how to use Gleam? Watch my guide to entering Gleam giveaways.

This is a sponsored post and we received complimentary tickets to visit Kidzania.

109 Responses

  1. That looks so cool for the kids. I would love to give the drumming a go myself !!

  2. Adrian Bold says:

    Peter Rabbit at Kew Gardens

  3. Marion Gold says:

    Mary and The Witch’s Flower at the BFI

  4. andrea e says:

    peter rabbit at kew gardens sounds perfect after watching the movie af the cinema

  5. Elena says:

    My older son just turned 9 and he loves history, especially World War 2 and he loves Spitfires,we recently went to RAF museum in London,which by the way is free and was amazing plave to visit and we are planning to go again.On LittleBird website I found out event which my son would love.The Battle of Britain Air Show at Headcorn Aerodrome. which will take place in Headcorn Aerodrome in youngest son is all about role play and would love Kidzania !

  6. Carol Bird says:

    I do fancy kidzania. It sounds f un

  7. stephanie says:

    butlins by the sea is the place for me

  8. Sarah Robinson says:

    School of rock the musical would be brilliant!

  9. Sue To says:

    Cadbury World for us, my 6 year old would love to go there.

  10. Sandra Jeffrey says:

    Matilda the Musical

  11. Laura Pritchard says:

    We’d love to see Matilda the Musical.

  12. Amy Deller says:

    Ooh Peter Rabbit at Kew Gardens!

  13. Rachel Richardson says:

    Peter rabbit at Kew Gardens

  14. Claire Nelson says:

    The stay at ZSL Whipsnade Zoo looks like the sort of thing our family would enjoy at Easter.

  15. Janette Arnold says:

    Sounds fun and good value and memorable for school work

  16. Laura Corrall says:

    ZSL Wipsnade Zoo. My girls both love animals and it’s fun for all ages.

  17. Hannah Igoe says:

    I would love to take the kids to diggerland, it looks like lots of fun

  18. Caroline Cordery says:

    I’d like to do the norfolk glamping. My kids find theme parks etc really stressy.

  19. Christine Dent says:

    Butlins at Bognor Regis would suit all the ages in my family and not too far to travel to.

  20. Sam Goodwin says:

    I’ve seen the Butlins day passes on there a few times and always wanted to take advantage of the fantastic offer. I also think the London Merlin passes are fantastic too, and we would certainly have a day out at some point with those. And Kidzania is definitely on my wishlist for next half term!

  21. Eileen Teo says:

    Have to be circus Vegas.

  22. Mel Brolly says:

    It would probably be Whipsnade zoo as both my girls are animal crazy and they have this strange fascination for giraffes and zebras. Both do roll playing and pretend to be these animals. They still haven’t sussed out what noises each one makes tho

  23. Carrie Talbot-Ashby says:

    Kidzania looks awesome, would love to do it before the kids grow up! Thanks for the chance! x

  24. vera Bahounkova says:

    We love Dinosaurs in the Wild

  25. Becky Duffy says:

    Peter Rabbit at Kew Gardens and Kidzania would both be excellent as we live very close to both but have not visited either as yet! Typical Londoner 🙁

  26. karen t says:

    We are animal lovers so Battersea Park Children’s Zoo would be our favourite choice

  27. Emma Wolski says:

    Dinosaurs in the Wild

  28. Danka Bakic says:

    Butlins for us 🙂

  29. Emma Dailey says:

    Definitely the trampoline park!! My son has way too much energy! Lol

  30. Lia Burns says:

    My children would love the peter rabbit at Kew Gardens. They are obsessed with him at the moment x

  31. Dana Marsh says:

    My girls would LOVE the day out to KidZania, I’ve a 6 yo drummer in the making and she’d love that workshop and the older one would just love wandering around and being independent!

  32. Nicki says:

    My boys would love to visit whipsnade, most animal attractions anywhere near us seem to concentrate more on the playgrounds, do s trip to a proper zoo would be great!

  33. Claire Croft says:

    Kew Gardens with Peter Rabbit is a must

  34. Marysia says:

    DC Exhibition: Dawn of Super Heroes at The O2 definitely 😉

  35. Charlene Foley says:

    I have a son who is desperate to do the wrestling at Kidzania and a daughter who can’t wait to see peter rabibit

  36. Julia Plant says:

    Kidzania is a sure winner. We love Whipsnade too

  37. Lesley Grant says:

    Peter Rabbit at Kew Gardens

  38. My kids would love to go to Peter Rabbit at Kew Gardens x

  39. Darren Rogers says:

    Kidzania as it has WWE!

  40. Chloe Busby says:

    My kids would love to go to KidZania! We used to live opposite Westfield too and never got the chance to go xxx

  41. Monica Gilbert says:

    I think my daughter would enjoy My First Ballet: Swan Lake.

  42. Sharon Williams says:

    My daughter’s keep asking for me to take them to The School of Rock musical.

  43. Tina Rowlands says:

    Keen to show our kids the sights of London! London Eye, KidZania and School of Rock!

  44. Emma T says:

    The plan is to go to Dinosaurs in the Wild soon, but I also fancy the Peter Rabbit trail at Kew.

  45. victoria turbin says:

    Id actually like to do the Kidszania as were going to visit London this summer!

  46. Theresa Cooke says:

    We are going to London this Summer for a week. We can’t wait. I want to show my son all the sights. I wanted to sleep at the natural History museum but it’s fully booked. I like School of Rock on the website. Think that would be epic.

  47. Carol Burgess says:

    The dinasaurs in wild looks fab x

  48. Darren Collins says:

    Peter Rabbit at Kew Gardens

  49. Kyle Cann says:

    defo the fire engine display

  50. Tracy R says:

    Peter Rabbit at Kew Gardens1

  51. lyn west says:

    Has to be Peter Rabbit at Kew gardens

  52. HOLLY says:

    School of rock

  53. georgie pope says:

    peter rabbit at kew for us

  54. Jo Hutchings says:

    We’d love to go to Dinosaurs in the Wild.

  55. A.E. ADKINS says:

    KidZania – before the eldest is too old

  56. Gemma Evans says:

    School of Rock – I’ve been wanted to see this for ages! Thanks for reminding me, I can feel a trip down to London on the cards

  57. gemma hendry says:

    overnight stay at zsl whipsnade zoo

  58. Jane Brown says:

    Dinosaurs in the Wild is local and looks a really good day out.

  59. Neill Johnstone says:

    If not Kidzania then Young Frankenstein would be great!

  60. Zainab Govalia says:

    KidZania has been on our to do list for a long time so I’d choose that from the website

  61. Tee Simpson says:

    Alton towers day out

  62. Whipsnade – ideally with an overnight stay!

  63. Cheron Titus says:

    Peter Rabbit™ at Kew Gardens – A Big Day Out with Family Fun & Garden Adventures this Easter, Kids Go Free!

  64. Hannah Scudder says:

    Peter Rabbit at Kew Gardens-perfect for Easter

  65. Lin Martin says:

    Peter Rabbit at Kew or of course KidZania the place is amazing!

  66. Yvonne Dimbleby says:

    Dinosaurs in the Wild and Peter Rabbit at Kew Gardens are currently top of the list.

  67. Catherine McAlinden says:

    We’d love to visit KidZania

  68. Angela Treadway says:

    dinosaurs in the wild x

  69. Susan Lloyd says:

    We are definitely going to visit Kew Gardens to see peter rabbit x

  70. Shamina Peters says:

    Being a Londoner, this would be fantastic for me to take my 9 year old daughter over the holidays!

  71. Brooke Markey says:

    Xavier would love to visit The spa Valley Railway. He’s a train fanatic so this would be right up his street 😉

  72. Kelly Hirst says:

    A trip to the theatre – School of Rock sounds fantastic

  73. AMANDA W says:

    ooh theres lots of fun things on there!! we went to Warwick castle a couple of weeks ago and can say it was fab! we deffo fancy another trip there!

  74. Carol Cliffe says:

    If not Kidzania, Dinosaurs in the Wild looks great!

  75. Gabriela says:

    What a great option for Easter break!

  76. Sarah prescott says:

    Kidzania is on our wish list, along with Whipsanade zoo.

  77. Hazel says:

    Kidzania is top of our list followed by Butlins xx

  78. Kidzania, Butlins, Peter Rabbit at Kew Gardens. There are a lot of great fun things to do.

  79. Vicky Russell says:

    Oh my!!! So many fantastic choices, just booked a Butlins day out, also booked for kids big bash in Southend thank you these are things I can enjoy with the kids and not break the bank. Amazing website. Also would love to take kids to kidzania looks awesome!

  80. Jo Taylor says:

    The boys said they would love the fire and rescue at Kidzania

  81. Anila Hussain says:

    Peter rabbit at Kew Gardens would be fantastic

  82. Sharon Curran says:

    We would love a trip to Butlins (or Kidzania of course!)

  83. Shelly Wenn says:

    Peter Rabbit at Kew Gardens as my children are huge Peter Rabbit fans!

  84. The Royal Observatory. Son2 is really keen on astronomy so would love this

  85. Nicole Farao says:

    My 8 year old would love to do the “School of Rock”. He’s recently discovered he has a live for stage productions. My 3 year old as well as my 8year old would love the trampolining.
    But we have said that we would go back to Kidzania in the summer when youngest is 4, as for under 4’s there is so little to do, they spend most of their time waiting around for the older ones.

  86. Kelly winley says:

    My 2 children would love a trip to London to Kidzania

  87. bex allum says:

    We would love to go to Dinosaurs in the Wild

  88. Sadia Iqbal says:

    Peter Rabbit at Kew Gardens sounds amazing !!
    Never been to Kew , maybe this Easter.

  89. natalie Crossan says:

    Dinosaurs in the wild – Bridie is obsessed with them at the mo!

  90. Oli Marshall says:

    Kidzania London would be wonderful to do this Easter, please.

  91. DonnaH says:

    Dinosaurs in the Wild looks amazing, would love to see it; could combine a trip there with a visit to Kidzania and the London Merlin attractions for a fun packed busy London trip!

  92. Helen E says:

    Cadbury World would be a dream day out! Have never been but heard it’s great.

  93. Lisa says:

    Peter rabbit at Kew Gardens. Fun for kids and love Kew Gardens

  94. Kim Neville says:

    Going to Cadbury World would be nice to explore

  95. Keena Anderson says:

    School of rock musical

  96. Sharon Morrison says:

    I think we’d go to Hyde Hall to visit the gardens and find the Lindt Gold bunny. We went there a few years ago at Easter and it was lovely.

  97. Lucy Robinson says:

    Peter Rabbit at Kew Gardens sounds like a fab day out.

  98. Melissa Day says:

    Easter egg hunt at a stately home or museum. We do one every year at Sudbury Hall.

  99. Jim Radford says:

    Visit the dinosaurs would be great,Matilda is a massive fan….roooooooar!

  100. Oriana Donlevy says:

    Really fancy an Easter egg hunt at a stately home or museum.

  101. Lisa Butterworth says:

    Peter Rabbit at Kew Gardens would be pretty perfect for our family

  102. Melody Morris says:

    Dinosaurs in the wild looks awesome!

  103. stacey kavanah says:

    Peter Rabbit at Kew gardens, i love Kew gardens and the kids love Peter Rabbit so will be a great day out

  104. Joanne Heath says:

    A trip to London and going to Kidzania with the kids looks truly amazing. I think they would love the same activities as Ryland and the cricket. It is on our wishlist and I didnt realise there is the oppertunity to have some independance if they are 8 and above. Great informative blog. Looks like fun.

  105. Cheron says:

    Peter Rabbit™ at Kew Gardens is a definite favourite for our four kiddies

  106. Ailsa says:

    The cricket bit of kidzania for us

  107. Victoria says:

    Can’t beat Cadbury World for the holiday of chocolate eggs 🙂

  108. Jolene says:

    Butlins is our favourite at easter

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