FROM Rebecca Mead
Kidzania Imagine a theme park with no rides or games. Instead of imagining themselves as princesses or pirates, children pretend that they’re … adults. They can work in offices or factories for the day, grocery shop and bank. It might not sound like the most exciting concept, but kids seem to love it. It’s called KidZania, and it’s a major attraction in more than a dozen countries. We hear about the theme park’s bizarre appeal and plans to bring it to the U.S.
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