Why you should check out Warner Bros. World Abu Dhabi

The theme park is the only one of its kind in the whole world

Why you should check out Warner Bros. World Abu Dhabi

As one of Yas Island’s big attractions, Warner Bros. World Abu Dhabi, is one of the most exciting places in the UAE for children and grown-ups. 
Since opening in Summer 2018, the huge indoor theme park has been a big hit with families and friends making the trip to try its six immersive lands.

When you first enter you’ll be greeted by Warner Bros. Plaza, an atrium kind of place that takes you back to the golden days of Hollywood. In all honesty, this is the place where you’ll probably reconvene after all the excitement of the rides for a refreshment, a bite to eat and to take a look around the impressive merchandise.

Surrounding the plaza you’ll find the Looney Tunes-inspired Dynamite Gulch (look out for Taz, Road Runner and Wile E. Coyote), Bedrock, where you can have a yabba-dabba-do-time with The Flintstones’-themed rides and shops, Superman’s adopted hometown of Metropolis, Gotham City, where you’ll find the Caped Crusader, Joker and more, and, finally, Cartoon Junction, which is the home of Scooby Doo and other animated favourites.

Warner Bros. World is not just a collection of rides, however, there are storylines running through each zone so you can totally immerse yourself in the stories. You might even get to meet your (super)heroes, too, as characters patrol the theme park regularly.

This is the only theme park of it’s kind in the world, so it really is a must-try.
Yas Island, www.wbworldabudhabi.com.

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