Wednesday, September 22, 2021

Dubai’s largest indoor childrens’ play area now open

Dubai’s newest and largest indoor childrens’ play area – Ready Set Go – has opened in the locality of Al Quoz.

With balance beams, tunnels and soft play zones based on a jungle theme across a 2,274 metre² building, the new facility is aimed at children from one to 12 years

It also offers five role play rooms, a trampoline park and a Sky Rider zipline.

The soft play section offers high energy activities, challenges and obstacles to explore including spiral slides, rope bridges, tube crawls, balance beams, snakes, spider towers and a foam cannon arena while the role play rooms allow children to play at being grown-up in the mini supermarket, fire station, beauty salon and police station.

For a more creative view on life, there is also an Arts and Crafts Centre, which offers the perfect place of creativity and colour.

Party packages start from Dhs160 (US$43) per child during the week and include an hour of free play, the party room and a mascot appearance.

Images courtesy of Ready Set Go.

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