Kids Role-Play at New KidZania Park in Mexico City

written by | Posted on August 22nd, 2012

KidZania

 

Imagine a world where kids rule, a place where they can learn how to drive at the age of 12 and be a police officer, doctor, or construction worker for a day. Since 1999, KidZania has introduced children and families to the exciting and entertaining world of role-playing by re-creating small cities (complete with buildings, paved streets, cars, a recession-free economy, and recognizable destinations) made only for kids.

KidZania recently announced the grand opening of its newest park, KidZania Cuicuilco, in Mexico City—a 150,000-sq.-ft., kid-sized city complete with 90 real world establishments, including city hall, bank, hospital, restaurants and sports stadium, just to name a few. Not only does the park introduce children (ages 4 to 14) to new and relevant careers in an extremely entertaining way, but for the first time, the park franchise will integrate innovative experiences to teach children environmental stewardship, empathy for kids with different abilities, how to make “good for you” food and hands-on driving and road safety lessons on eco-friendly vehicles made to fit children. For more information, visit kidzania.com.

Clients interested in a trip to Mexico City with a day excursion to KidZania Cuicuilco can check-in at the five-star JW Marriot Mexico City. Located in the historic Polanco District, the property was recently named “The Best Hotel in Mexico City” by the readers of Conde Nast Traveler magazine. Through September, rates start at $179 a night. For more information, call (888) 236-2427 or visit marriott.com.