Kidtropolis – a distant galaxy, far, far away, where children can experience the latest toys, gadgets and activities all under one roof. If only there was such a place…. Well, there is and it’s not in a distant galaxy, it’s in London! Kidtropolis is THE place to go for the October half-term. If your children like to play with toys, of all kinds, (boys toys, girls toys, construction toys, dolls houses, activity sets, creative sets, console games etc) then this is the place to be and it won’t even break the bank as it’s once price to experience everything.
Kidtropolis is at London Excel, Royal Victoria Dock and it is on for only three days, Tuesday 25th October – Thursday 27th October. It is showcasing the top products and activities for children up to the age of 12 all under one roof, one very large roof! There is 86,000 square feet of fun packed into this large arena.
You can select a morning session or an afternoon session for your tickets. Each session lasts for 4 hours. So try and pack as much into it as you can. If you plan your visit you will be able to see everything you want to.
Things to do at Kidtropolis:
UK’s highest inflatable helter skelter
PawPatrol characters meet and greet
Angry Birds, Play Doh
Face painting, Transformers and many many more.
There is fun for all the family, all under one roof and with tickets at just £13.50 (and no hidden extras), this is going to a sure hit over the October half-term.
There is even a great offer to enter London Excel on the Emirates Air Line cable car. If you have a Kidtopolis ticket, you get an amazing discounted offer on the Emirates Air Line cable car. Arrive in style and start your session with breathtaking views of the O2 and the Thames.
We are so excited to be going and experiencing what is on offer. I am especially glad, that the ticket price includes everything (apart from food/drink and product purchases). It means you can budget properly and there aren’t any nasty surprises on the day.
We would recommend that you take public transport to Excel. The Excel centre is big, so put your children in bright clothes because they will be so excited to see so many products they might disappear quickly. So bright clothes means you can keep an eye on them! Go and enjoy it, we can’t wait!