Splish, splash and dance

New kids’ wet play structure and clubhouse opens in Dubai

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Are you ready for more summer play? Time to cool off at Aquaduck. The new, interactive splash pad and clubhouse is designed for kids aged three to 14 years old, and features huge slides, water cannons, wheels and flumes, plus tilting buckets and much more with temperature-controlled sprinkles for a boost of energy and giggles.

Little ones will soak up a storm of fun under the Dubai sun at this splishing and splashing oasis in the heart of the city. The colourful, colossal outdoor wet play structure is one that kids can enjoy with friends, family or by themselves.

Super-friendly lifeguards are on duty to ensure safety and – as an added bonus – will be bursting into dance routines throughout the day to large speakers playing the grooviest tunes, putting smiles and good vibes on for splashers.

For the tinier tots, there’s a designated shallow area with subtler water action, enabling them to hop and bob around the water freely and safely.

Parents, fret not, there’s more to Aquaduck. At the clubhouse, your family can dine at the Aquacafé, serving yummy treats and refreshing slurps.

It also houses the first glow-in-the-dark room, the only one in the UAE. A replica of a disco, kids can enjoy karaoke, singing their hearts out and living out their dreams of becoming rock stars.

They can also get creative at the arts and crafts studio, stocked with canvases and painting supplies so their imaginations can run free.

Aquaduck also hosts parties, so whether your kids want a pirate hunting for treasure or mermaids swimming about, the venue can do themes such as surf and turf, aqua aloha, mystical under the sea, treasure island pirates and more.

Mums and dads can also jump into the splash pad with their kids or hire the karaoke room. So much fun.
From Dhs110 (one child and one adult). Open Sun-Wed 10am-8pm; Thu-Sat 10am-8pm. Al Mankhool Road, Dubai (04 349 3310).

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