KidZania Doha, prior to its official opening in 2019, is introducing its mobile themed unit, “KidZania Go,” designed to complement children’s out-of-classroom activities by promoting values and developing their creative skills.
Such unique educational and entertainment concept serves as a platform that provides children with the chance to do role-play activities through several exciting tasks free of charge, according to a statement issued yesterday.
These include TV Station, Radio Station, toddler’s area, and 360 VR tour where children can experience KidZania Doha as if they are in the city.
The mobile unit will be installed at different iconic spots in Qatar, such as Souq Waqif and Aspire Park.
“KidZania Go” series of activations are carried out by KidZania Doha supervisors, who know how to handle a child in different situations and have undergone intensive and extensive training to conduct various activities.
The 5,500sq m KidZania Doha, which is expected to open its doors in 2019, will be located at Aspire Zone. It will provide a unique educational and entertainment experience, offering 42 establishments where children aged between four and 14 can role play ‘adult jobs’ in up to 60 pretend roles.
Children will also learn a variety of values, including self-reliance, team work, honesty, integrity and giving back to society.
KidZania is the world’s fastest growing family entertainment brand, with KidZania Doha expecting to welcome over 300,000 visitors year-on-year.
The establishment can accommodate up to 1,000 children with approximately 250 employees at any one time.
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