MACHU Picchu, the Great Wall of China, Christ the Redeemer and, er, Legoland. Who’d have thought kids have different views to grown-ups when it comes to the seven wonders of the world?
The Seven Wonders of Childhood have been revealed in new research by Persil, as part of its Kids Today project to inspire parents to see the world through the eyes of their children.
The Seven Wonders of Childhood:
1. Legoland (56%)
2. Safari (50%)
3. The Pyramids (47%)
4. Hollywood (36%)
5. Harry Potter World (44%)
6. London Eye (33%)
7. Castles (32%)
To understand just how children see the world, Persil has commissioned BAFTA award-winning Director Rupert Edwards to create six films that literally show the world from a child’s perspective. Go to persil.co.uk
What are/were the wonders of your childhood? Tell us in the comments below...
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