Ultra-realistic indoor kid-sized city gives kids a chance to independently explore 100+ real-life professions and learn while having fun
About This Deal
- When can I visit?
- KidZania Dallas is reopening July 31, 2020.
- Tickets currently available for July 31-August 2; and August 7-9
- What’s included:
- Kids get a chance to run their own city, role-play authentic professions, and feel empowered to make their own decisions
- Adults can enjoy quality family time, have a meal at a restaurant, and participate in several shows
- Each activity ranges between 20 to 30 minutes.
- On average, 6 to 10 activities can be completed during one visit, depending on the experiences the child chooses
- Age ranges:
- Toddler tickets are valid for ages 4–5
- Child tickets are valid for ages 6–14
- Adult tickets are valid for ages 15 and up
- Free admission for children 3 and under
- Please note: the designated Toddler Area for children 3 and under is temporarily closed for your safety
- Masks are required at all times for all ages 4+
- View all the health precautions taken by the facility
About KidZania Dallas
KidZania is a one-of-a-kind entertainment venue where learning and fun collide into one immersive journey. It is an indoor city scaled down to ¾’s a size where kids are in charge and take on all kinds of roles and responsibilities. They work in different jobs, earn and spend money in KidZania currency, discover activities and professions, and make friends. Parents can enjoy watching their little ones cooperate with others, encounter and overcome challenges, as well as role-play authentic professions such as news anchor, podcaster, chef, actor, police officer, doctor, pilot, actor, and many more.
Visitors arrive at a designated airport check-in area, where kids and their parents receive matching security RFID-chip bracelets. Once inside, kids explore whichever businesses and industries they wish, getting empowered to make their own choices. Some may want to visit a TV Studio and a Theater. Others may choose a Dental Clinic or a Fire Station. Others still may run to the Aviation Academy and become a pilot of a real Boeing 737 sticking out the front of the park. Whatever kids choose, one thing is certain: they get a chance to learn new skills and valuable life lessons while having fun.