Play for hours at Hub Zero

An interactive gaming experience for kids of all ages 

Play for hours at Hub Zero
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If you’ve got a penchant for busting ghosts, zapping your kids with lasers or getting over a mildly crippling fear of heights, then you’re going to love Hub Zero, located Dubai’s in City Walk.

With a baffling amount of gaming zones, attractions, experiences, rides and more, you could easily get lost spending a whole day tackling the array of games and challenges on offer. From the Ghostbusters: Dimension experience (aka The Void), to the Gears of War laser tag attraction, via some speed wall climbing challenges, you can find out what’s in store at this awesome entertainment destination.

It’s a mix of state-of-the-art virtual reality games, mind-blowing simulators and classic arcade games – such as air hockey, dance machines, shoot ’em ups and basketball.

You can collect tickets on these as well to exchange for brilliant prizes. Think everything from a keyring right up to a PlayStation or Xbox console. It is a truly fantastic day out for families.

There really is something for everyone here to enjoy. You’ll see us in the morning, queuing up outside desperately waiting to get back in and carry on playing.
From Dhs165 (day passes). Sat-Wed 2pm-10pm; Thu-Fri 2pm-midnight. City Walk, Al Safa Street, (800 637227).

An interactive gaming experience with hours of fun guaranteed

It’s a super fun day out for the entire family

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