happenings this month Kids Can Now Visit Global Village For FREE
Kids Can Now Visit Global Village For FREE
Updated on 23 April 2024

As the 28th season of Global Village draws to a close on Sunday, 28 April 2024, the beloved family destination for diverse entertainment, dining, and shopping promises to bid farewell in grand style. During its closing week, Global Village has unveiled a special offer for young visitors. Until 28 April, families can enjoy additional enchanting experiences as children aged up to 12 receive complimentary entry. Yes, as part of the 'Kids Go Free' initiative, children up to 12 years old can visit the attraction at no cost.

What To Expect At Global Village? 

In Season 28, Global Village boasts 27 pavilions representing over 90 cultures, with more than 3,500 shopping outlets and over 250 dining options. The park hosts over 400 performers and showcases more than 200 performances nightly. You can also enjoy more than 195 rides and attractions at the Carnaval funfair, making it the ultimate destination for events, shows, shopping, and dining experiences.

Global Village recently launched a new attraction 'Mini World' the first outdoor Neon Galaxy X Challenge zone. In this new zone, there are 10 challenges for people aged six and above to try. These challenges are perfect for adventure seekers and let them enjoy the best of entertainment and thrill. 

Neon Galaxy X Challenge zone includes a 32-metre-long ninja trail challenge, a cyclone slide going down a drop of 15 metres, as well as a rope course that is 4 levels high with an air coaster surrounding the structure. All of this offers unforgettable moments waiting to be enjoyed.

Other attractions include a net climbing tower that is over 18 metres tall, donut and launch slides, 8 metres high climbing walls and other space-themed challenges, all built within 5,022sqm of space. The attraction price starts from Dhs 15 and is perfect for enjoying a thrilling adventure. 

Ticket Pricing And Timings 

Global Village is a vibrant hub where you can dive into various cultures, shop till you drop, and enjoy exciting entertainment. It's open from 4pm to midnight Sunday to Wednesday and until 1am on Thursday to Saturday, so gather your loved ones for a fantastic farewell to incredible shopping, delicious food, mesmerising entertainment, and thrilling Carnaval adventures.

Weekday tickets, which are valid from Sunday to Thursday, cost Dhs 22.5. Any-day entry tickets are priced at Dhs 27 per person. Children under three, senior citizens over 65, and People of Determination can enter for free. Tickets can be booked on Global Village's website. 

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