Piccolo Mondo Polanco - Mexicocity
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Piccolo Mondo is the pioneer company in creating in 1995 a unique concept in Mexico: Indoor Entertainment Centers for Kids and Family Gatherings. Its installations are especially designed for stimulating the psychomotor development of kids, as well as their physical, intellectual, creative and social skills.
Piccolo Mondo's staff seeks to promote and reinforce important values among the children in order to make them grow as responsible, productive, decent and happy adults. It offers many services for kids' entertainment, such as birthday parties, school visits, workshops, etc. Its goal is to create healthy and adequate spaces for kids' recreation, in order to improve their imagination, abilities and autonomy within a fun learning environment.
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