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Global Village, the world’s leading multicultural festival park and the region’s first family destination for culture, shopping, and entertainment, has a family offering available just in time for the school holidays.
The region’s leading destination for the perfect family day out has launched a new offer for the school holiday period that enables nannies to gain free access to select paid activities and attractions when chaperoning younger guests. This offers families increased comfort and convenience during their visits.
Nannies will now be able to accompany little ones into select Global Village paid attractions at no cost. Complimentary access to the festival park’s Stunt Show Survivor attraction, the Circus Circus show, the brand new Ripley’s Believe It Or Not museum attraction and to children’s rides at Carnaval will allow peace of mind for families this holiday season.
Muhannad Ishaq, Guest Experience Manager at Global Village, said: “Global Village is family-centric by nature. World-class entertainment, culture, as well as unique attractions that are brand new for Season 24, ensure that the Global Village family offering is ever-expanding. Our latest offer is designed to allow families to enjoy the best of our family entertainment offerings with the convenience of having their nanny present to look after the children. We are looking forward to welcoming thousands more UAE resident families as well as visiting families throughout the school holiday season.”
Global Village fosters endless family memories and a fun-packed roster of world-class activities and events for families and guests of all ages during the school holiday season. The destination welcomes its guests daily from Saturday to Wednesday from 4:00pm until 12:00midnight and on Thursdays, Fridays and public holidays from 4:00pm until 1:00am. Mondays are dedicated for the entry of families and ladies only.
Jim Pattison, chairman and sole owner of the Jim Pattison Group, and Ripley Entertainment told Gulf Today, “I have never seen any place like the Global Village and is happy to open its doors at the village.”
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