Global Village extends its opening hours before season closure

Theme park to welcome visitors into the night on remaining days

Global Village extends its opening hours before season closure

If you haven’t visited Global Village just yet, you’re in luck, because the theme park has extended its opening hours until 2am from Wednesday April 10 to Friday 12, and 3am on Saturday April 13.

After more than 150,000 people voted for Dubai’s iconic theme park to stay open for longer, Global Village is set to close on Saturday April 13 after extending its 23rd season for an extra week by popular demand.

Make the most out of the good weather by visiting the outdoor location Saturdays to Wednesdays from 4pm all week. One of Dubai’s most popular attractions, Global Village is home to more than 25 pavilions representing 75 countries across the world, where guests can indulge in everything from Canadian poutine to Swiss raclette and Dutch mini pancakes – and that’s only the food.

There’s also a funfair where you can enjoy 28 rides and more than 100 arcade games. Plus, this season also features a new circus show for the little ones to enjoy where more than 20 international performers present their favourite classic acts.

And how could we forget about the star-studded acts? Jay Sean played on the main stage this year, as well as plenty of Arab and Indian stars. Music fans can still catch some of the action with Jazz Nights, taking place on Thursday April 11 and Friday April 12 at 9pm on the main stage.

Now this is our idea of a family night out.
Dhs15. Open Apr 10-12 4pm-2am; Apr 13 4pm-3am. Until Sat Apr 13. Global Village, Sheikh Mohammed Bin Zayed Road,

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