KidZania Santa Fe
Fun and learning combine at KidZania Santa Fe, one of just four immersive "edutainment" centers in Mexico. With options for kids ages 1 to 16, your little ones can roleplay over 80 different professions—including vet, archaeologist, and beautician—in a secure child-sized city while learning about independence, teamwork, and responsibility.
Children are encouraged to work on their problem solving and teamwork skills at KidZania Santa Fe, with activities divided between those which cost kidZos (money) and those which earn them kidZos. For an extra fee, kids can also buy a "passport" and collect stamps for each activity.
Meanwhile, parents with children over the age of 8 can observe from a distance, enjoy the on-site cafes, or relax in the parents’ lounge. Book admission tickets in advance to save time on the day and make the most of your visit, especially during busy periods.
Things to Know Before You Go
KidZania Santa Fe is an ideal rainy-day destination for families in Mexico City.
Plan to spend at least half a day making the most of the activities at KidZania Santa Fe.
Children under the age of 8 must always be accompanied by an adult, while babies under the age of 1 enter for free.
Your KidZania Santa Fe admission ticket includes access to all kidZos activities and a starting balance of 50 kidZos per child.
KidZania Santa Fe is fully equipped for wheelchair users and those with other disabilities.
How to Get There
KidZania Santa Fe is situated within Centro Santa Fe, 12.5 miles (20 kilometers) from the historic center of Mexico City. As such, most travelers find it easiest to arrive by private vehicle and there is plenty of on-site parking available. You can also arrive by public transit—from the Tacubaya (pink, orange, and brown lines) or Observatorio (pink line) metro stations, board a bus bound for Centro Santa Fe.
When to Get There
KidZania Santa Fe is typically open daily from the mid-morning to the early evening, although hours can vary throughout the year—check schedules in advance before visiting. For a quieter experience, avoid school holidays, national holidays, and weekends.
Child-Friendly Mexico City
There are plenty of family-friendly attractions in Mexico City, whether you want your little ones to learn about the economy at the immersive MIDE (Museo Interactivo de Economía), get some fresh air in Chapultepec Park, or ride the roller coasters at Six Flags. Those with very small children will also enjoy the Papalote Children’s Museum (Papalote Museo del Niño).
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