World's largest indoor edutainment theme park chain, KidZania is commemorating India’s 75th Independence Day “Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav” with special activities, exclusive offers and discounts for a week in both its Mumbai and Delhi NCR facilities this year.
KidZania is always known to be at the forefront when it comes to marking important events with activities that help children understand and learn more about the significance and essence of the occasion in a fun and engaging manner. This Independence Day, KidZania is honouring the heroes who fought and continue to defend India’s freedom and are also celebrating the broader concept of independence by giving children the freedom to choose what they want to be from more than 60 real-life role-playing professions in its ultra-realistic -city.
Not just that, but KidZania has organised an array of exciting activities from 11th August to 15th August to celebrate Independence Day. These include creating tricolour DIY Flowers to decorate the giant 4D frame of ‘75’ as well as flaunt their patriotic side with DIY Tricolour Headbands and unique Independence Day Nail Art. In the arts and craft studio, children can make butterflies with Saffron, White and Green colours of our National Flag and paste them on the photo-op frame near the Fountain of Independence. Meanwhile, the painting studio will see them creatively express in their doodles what the new-age nation stands for during its 75th year of Independence.
Furthermore, from 9th August till 16th August, KidZania is offering FLAT 15% OFF on online bookings made at least 1 day prior by using the code “GET15” before checkout. At the same time, its #SaluteOurHeroes Offer is giving Indian Army/ Indian Air Force/ Indian Navy personnel (both serving and retired, including Officers, JCOs, NCOs and NCEs, War widows and Gallantry award winners) absolutely FREE entry for adult tickets and also 20% OFF on accompanying kids and toddlers.
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