Legoland's seventh theme park worldwide is the first of three theme parks that will open at the resort this year, to be followed by the Middle East's first Six Flags park three years from now. In addition to Legoland, Dubai Parks and Resorts today opened its Riverland Dubai shopping, dining and entertainment district. Riverland will connect the resort's theme parks and water park, providing a wide variety of food and shopping options across four themed areas, including medieval France, colonial India, 1950s America, and the 19th century-themed Peninsula.
Bollywood Parks Dubai will follow next month, with the movie-themed Motiongate Dubai completing the first wave of openings in December. Six Flags Dubai is on track for a late 2019 opening. Bollywood Parks will be the world's first park themed to the popular style of Indian cinema, while Motiongate will include lands themed to Sony Pictures, Dreamworks Animation, and Lionsgate, which will include the world's first Hunger Games theme park attractions.
The new Legoland features six themed lands: Factory, Lego City, Imagination, Kingdoms, Adventure, and Miniland. Attractions include Legoland classics such as The Dragon roller coaster, Rescue Academy, Lost Kingdom Adventure, Kid Power Towers, and the Driving School. The park's Miniland is the world's first indoor (and air conditioned!) version of Legoland's scale-model collection of famous sites around the world, allowing visitors to linger comfortably to inspect the detailed work of Legoland's master builders, while avoiding the often-intense heat of the United Arab Emirates.
Tickets to Legoland Dubai are available now on www.dubaiparksandresorts.com and start at AED 295 (US$80) for adults and 250 ($68) for children. Bollywood Parks, the Legoland Water Park and the resort's Lapita Hotel will open on November 15, with Motiongate Dubai scheduled for a December 16 opening.
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