The indoor city built for kids to try out a variety of real life adult role-play activities has launched its Easter-themed holiday programme.
KidZania is holding a variety of events ranging from making chocolate bunnies to face painting at its Westfield shopping centre base .
Also, back by popular demand for the Easter break is the Google Expeditions pop-up, where children can explore anywhere in - or out of - this world.
Youngsters aged between four and 14 will be able to deliver Easter eggs around the mini-city, make chocolate bunnies in the Cadbury Chocolate Factory, have their face painted, create Easter designs in the painting school.
The Google Expeditions pop-up will allow visitors to travel from the Great Barrier Reef, to the International Space station via the Northern Lights with the aim of inspiring a new curiosity for the world with fun virtual reality trips.
KidZania provides children with the opportunity try out a variety of real life role-play activities from being a firefighter, journalist to a surgeon. Each role-play is developed to teach kids essential life skills including financial literacy, teamwork and independence.
Designed to empower and entertain kids, KidZania gives them the chance to challenge themselves and gets children thinking about which career they may pursue in the future.
Tickets can be booked from KidZania .
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