Visit LEGOLAND in Ramadan for Dhs100

Kids will share the gift of reading and avail offers across the park

Visit LEGOLAND in Ramadan for Dhs100

Families who are looking for a different edutainment kids’ activity this Ramadan can head to LEGOLAND for only Dh100, where little ones will share the gift of reading through the Wanna Read? initiative.

A non-profit initiative founded by Sheikha Shamma bint Sultan bin Khalifa Al Nahyan, Wanna Read aims to create healing environments for children in hospitals by bringing books to young patients. Families will be able to directly donate their own or brand-new reads at the park at a dedicated collection area in MINILAND.

At the end of Ramadan, all books will be collected by Wanna Read?, where they will be used as part of charity book sales and gifted to paediatric wards across the UAE to help young patients through their rehabilitation. Plus, LEGOLAND visitors will get the opportunity to sign up as volunteers, too.

You’ll find different offers across the park, including The Big Shop’s, which will be running a buy-one-get-one with the second book donated to Wanna Read. Ten percent of ticket sales will also go towards the initiative, so you can be sure that you’re doing good every time you visit.

Also, in case you haven't heard, a Legoland Hotel is set to open in Dubai next year. It will be at Dubai Parks and Resorts and will feature everything from a castle play area to a disco elevator.

Looks like we'll be spending a lot of time working on our building block skills.
Dhs100. Open Sat-Wed 10am-5pm, Thu-Fri 10am-8pm (Ramadan timings). Dubai Parks and Resorts,

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