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Dubai Parks and Resorts announces ticket prices

6 Sep 2016 by Tom Otley
Dubai Parks and Resorts map

Dubai Parks and Resorts has announced its daily ticket prices for the opening of its destination theme park on October 31, 2016.

Pre-purchased standard adult tickets will range from £49 to £68 (AED 240 – 330) for a one-day single park ticket, and will range from £98 to £182 (AED 480 – 890) for a multiple parks multiple days ticket. (GBP prices may vary based on exchange rate with AED.)

The Bollywood Parks resort in Dubai

A Computer-generated image of the new Bollywood Parks Resort in Dubai

The ticket options start from one-day/one-park access up to multiple days/multiple parks access valid for up to six months. Reduced prices available for children 3-11 years of age and seniors 60 years of age and above, and kids below three will have free access

Dubai Parks and Resorts is on Sheikh Zayed Road opposite the Palm Jebel Ali.

It contains three theme parks – Bollywood Parks Dubai, Motiongate Dubai and Legoland Dubai.

The-Green-Hornet-

A rendering of the Green Hornet rollercoaster ride

Collectively these will have nearly 100 rides, attractions and shows on opening day at the destination located. The gateway is called Riverland Dubai which has over 50 themed retail, dining, and entertainment attractions.

Lapita, an Autograph Hotel

It also has the Lapita Hotel, a Polynesian themed family hotel part of the Marriott Autograph Collection (“with an intriguing tribal theme which inspires guests of all ages to learn about the Polynesian culture and heritage. Much more than an experience, it’s an attitude, a sense of being, something purely positive that will stay with you when you leave“).

During the opening period, some attractions will not be open and reduced prices are £49 (AED 240) for adults and £43 (AED 210) for children and seniors.

There will also be a VIP ticket priced at £307 (AED 1,500) per park per day that gives Q-Fast front of line access, a personal tour guide, discounts on food and beverage, and retail purchases.

Dubai Parks and Resorts banner_legoland

The large-scale development is spread across 30.6 million square feet of land equidistant to Dubai and Abu Dhabi International Airports.  6.7 million ticketed visits are expected in 2017, the first full year of operation.

Tickets will be sold at DubaiParksAndResorts.com.

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