KidZania, a leading brand of edutainment park chain, is bringing forth a series of fun-filled activities and games spanning across the month of May till 12th June 2022 through the exciting ‘Family Bonds Summer Festival 2022’ in its Mumbai facility.
With the intention of making this summer a truly memorable experience for kids as well as their parents while also enabling them to foster a strong bond with each other, KidZania is offering a variety of engaging activities through the fest. Families can indulge in games like Mat Crawlers, Drop the Ball, Ladder Golf or the Four-legged Team Race, which will not just help engage the child in physical activities but also nurture a sense of teamwork. Apart from these, games like Jenga and Jumbo Sudoku will help you boost your focus, memory and logical thinking while learning to make DIY Tassel Earrings will allow you to bring out your creative side!
Moreover, the weekends will also see additional fun activities at the summer festival, such as Caricature, where you can get your face drawn in the form of graphic art. Further, one can also style and adorn their hair by interlacing it with colourful yarns and threads or get their nails painted and decorated by an expert nail artist! Not just that, but a personal style analyst will also be available to help you enhance your appearance-clothing, grooming and body language for social events or achieving whatever goal you have in sight.
Through its ‘Family Bonds Summer Festival 2022,’ KidZania aims to give children and their parents a way to spend more quality time together, away from their screens, while engaging in games and activities, which will contribute to the kid’s overall growth and development. The park is open on all days, from Monday to Sunday from 10 AM till 9 PM. Don't miss out on the “zuper” fun summer experience at KidZania!
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