(Not so) spooky Halloween happenings at Mattel Play! Town

Fancy dress, treasure hunts and frightful fun for all the family

(Not so) spooky Halloween happenings at Mattel Play! Town

Mattel Play! Town is inviting little monsters aged between two and ten to join in the spooktacular fun this Halloween with Angelina Ballerina, Barney and all their friends.

Grab the brood and head to City Walk this haunting holiday where in addition to a Haunted Forest experience experience at The Green Planet, edutainment centre Mattel Play! Town will be getting in on the Halloween act.

From Thursday, October 17 to Saturday, November 2. Mattel Play! Town's 'Not so Scary Halloween' will treat – not trick – the smallest revellers to a frighteningly fun afternoon.

The creepy celebrations include frightful face painting, creepy crafts and ghoulish games, plus little ones can get their gruesome groove on to spooky music and embark on a treasure hunt to find the bony skeletons hidden around the play centre.

But the fun doesn't stop there. Little ones can hang out with their favourite characters including Angelina Ballerina, Bob the Builder and of course, everyone's favourite purple dinosaur, Barney, who will be in fancy dress in the spirit of Halloween.

Carrying on in with the terrifying thrills, a special Halloween show will take place every day at 5.15pm, followed by a Halloween parade, where the best fancy dress costume of the day will win a ticket to Mattel Play! Town, plus a gift bundle – so get choosing those outfits.
Dhs50 (kids below two), from Dhs110 (child), from Dhs50 (adult). Thu Oct 17-Sat Nov 2. Sun-Wed 10am-7pm, Thu-Fri 10am-8pm, City Walk, www.playtowndubai.com.

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