IMG Worlds of Adventure, to become the world’s largest indoor theme park, will open on August 31 2016, which is currently fine-tuning the last remaining details to offer its guests the best possible experience.
“We are excited about launching the world’s largest indoor theme park which will be a major tourism attraction for Dubai, the surrounding regions and the rest of the world,” says Lennard Otto, CEO, IMG Worlds of Adventure.
Spanning 1.5 million sqft, equivalent to 28 football fields, IMG Worlds of Adventure is the first global theme park to bring international brands Marvel and Cartoon Network together, in addition to two proprietary brands IMG Boulevard and Lost Valley – Dinosaur Adventure. IMG Worlds of Adventure will also feature a unique array of roller coasters and attractions, complemented by 28 F&B and 25 retail outlets.
“We have partnered with some of the biggest global brands in the industry, including Marvel and Cartoon Network and we have secured exceptional sponsors. We have developed many spectacular one-of-a-kind rides and attractions and we are now completing the final touches,” Otto adds.
Entry tickets to the park can be purchased now at www.IMGworlds.com. Guests who have already purchased tickets prior to the new opening date will be issued new tickets for the chosen opening date. In addition, guests will receive a complimentary Ultimate Fast Track pass, which will provide priority access to the rides and attractions.
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