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Lego Land Dubai is Here!

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DUBAI – If you have ever visited Lego Land anywhere else in the world, you will understand the sheer scale of our excitement to learn that the Middle east now has its very own Resort.


LEGOLAND Dubai covers a total of three million square feet made from more than 60 million Lego bricks.

Hundreds of visitors who attended the opening of Dubai Parks and Resorts latest attraction were greeted by an oompah band, dancers and popular characters from hit Lego movies.

There are impressive Lego models recreating the Dubai cityscape. Some structures are still being built and many of the rides are yet to open, however this does not deflect from the enormity of and our excitement at the arrival of the resort.


Countless hours have gone into recreating Downtown ,the Marina, DIFC and of course the Burj Khalifa, which takes centre stage as the world’s largest Lego construction.

Once inside, children can explore six themed lands, each offering entertainment and educational activities.

At the City zone, they can fly a plane at a mini airport, steer a boat or earn a Lego driver’s licence.

Model dragons, squires, maidens and knights are scattered throughout the Kingdom zone, although work is still being done to complete the dragon roller coaster.

Kids can race cars and younger children can learn how to build in the Imagination zone, while the Adventure area gives young explorers a submarine adventure, and challenges them to dodge water blasts as they discover ancient ruins and the Pharaoh’s treasure.


Miniland hosts the Dubai skyline and a tour of the factory shows how the bricks are made. A nearby Lego water park, also due to open later this year, is aimed at children aged between 2 and 12.



Legoland, is situated off Sheikh Zayed Road opposite the Palm Jebel Ali.



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