Kidtropolis is an interactive Pretend City model at 18,000 sf, designed to provide a safe, unique and realistic educational environment for kids to Pretend Play.
To provide entertainment experiences in a family focused environment, becoming an integral part of each city we serve.
To actively participate as members of the community by giving back to the community and raising awareness for local cause.
The happy place
To cherish the role as a gathering place where fun, laughter, and happy memories with friends and family, helping children and parents reconnect and build strong bonds.
President & CEO, Mother of Two
Ginny is the President and Chief Executive Officer of the the World of Kidtropolis since it was incorporated in 2014. Her primary responsibility is to provide strategic leadership with respect to the continuing growth and business development.
Ginny works with other members of the senior management team to establish long-range goals, strategies, plans and policies.
Prior to her involvement with the World of Kidtropolis, Ginny was the president and owner of Crayon Box Learning Center, who owned and operated a franchised CEFA junior kindergarten school since 2009.
Ginny has over 23 years’ experience in sales, operations and business development for Fortune 100 & 500 companies within the professional services, healthcare, telecommunications and technology sectors.
The World of Kidtropolis® is so much more than a business because there are so many different elements that revolve around family life and community life. We provide a gathering place for families, schools, church groups, and fundraising groups.
— Ginny Lam
President & CEO of Kidtropolis, Mom of two
Pretend Play Area
The Pretend Play area is the core of the World of Kidtropolis’ mini city, covering the majority of the leasehold by area. This is the primary attraction of Kidtropolis and offers the space in which the caregivers can engage with the children in pretend play.
The Playground area offers a safe space for the kids to jump and climb. Other than interacting with caregivers, children are also encouraged to interact with other children to develop their social skills.
Party Rooms are an integral part of the business as customers book birthday, corporate or private event packages. Party packages will also contribute to catering and loot bag revenue.
Common areas should not be overlooked as guests need a place to register, rest and eat. Common areas should include the admissions desk, café and vendor space.