Warner Bros World Abu Dhabi has six zones.
PHOTO BY WARNER BROS
ABU DHABI – The world’s biggest indoor theme park officially opened to the public in Abu Dhabi on Wednesday (July 25).
Batman, Superman and other famous characters came to life as soon as doors opened in Warner Bros World Abu Dhabi. The plaza opens from 10am to 9pm, while rides and attractions are open from 11am-8pm.
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The $1-billion theme park sits on 1.65 million square feet of space on Abu Dhabi’s Yas Island.
It is considered the first Warner Bros-branded indoor theme park and features 18 rides, 17 restaurants and 15 retail shops.
The theme park will also have daily live entertainment shows and several family-friendly interactive areas.
“It is with great pride that we open Warner Bros World Abu Dhabi on Yas Island today. This is a milestone moment for us as we continue to cement Abu Dhabi’s positioning as one of the world’s leading family and tourism destinations. I am confident that the addition of this theme park to our already rich portfolio will further enhance Yas Island’s offering,” said Mohammad Khalifa Al Mubarak, chairman of Miral, the company behind the development of Warner Bros World Abu Dhabi.
“We’re delighted that our partnership with Warner Bros has resulted in us delivering our promise of creating an attraction that will amaze and entertain both the young and the young at heart,” he added.
The park will have six zones, including a real-life Batman’s Gotham City and Metropolis from Superman.
The other four zones are Cartoon Junction (Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Tom and Jerry), Bedrock (The Flintstones), Dynamite Gulch (Wile E. Coyote and the Road Runner) and the Warner Bros Plaza.
Each zone has its own set of rides, shops and restaurants.
Tickets can be purchased online from www.wbworld.com and cost Dh295 for adults and Dh230 for children. GAD/Expat Media
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