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Riverland Dubai

SIGHTS & ATTRACTIONS Journey through time at Dubai Parks & Resorts

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Riverland Dubai
Riverland Dubai


Riverland Dubai

Functioning as a central gateway within Dubai Parks and Resorts, Riverland offers dining, retail and entertainment for the entire family. To get to Dubai's theme parks, you have to pass through Riverland, which is open to the public to enjoy. It is also home to the largest inflatable park in the world, known as JumpX. Kids and all those who are young at heart are sure to have a ball across its 15 lively sections, which offer an obstacle course, a basketball court, climbing walls and so much more.



Riverland Dubai
Riverland Dubai

Riverland is spread over four buzzing districts within Dubai Parks & Resorts, each with a different theme: India Gate, French Village, Boardwalk and The Peninsula. They are all connected by a 1km long river – hence the name of the destination. Entirely free for both parking and access, The Peninsula is the heart of Riverland and features a large outdoor venue that regularly hosts festivals and concerts. Explore family-friendly treats at Riverland Take a seat at one of the casual, street food-inspired eateries while musicians and acrobats add a burst of colour to the scene. The Boardwalk is a bustling 1950s-inspired area with entertainment for everyone and classic American diners, including Shake Shack. Meanwhile, India Gate is a model of 1920s India. The fourth district is The French Village, which showcases the historic architecture of Europe in the late 1600s, street performances and quaint dining options. The wide range of places available makes Riverland an ideal place for big groups to come together and experience a range of cultures. On the lookout for more inflatable-styled fun? Pack for the beach and plan a day at AquaFun.



Riverland Dubai
Riverland Dubai


Riverland Dubai is a free to enter, themed, retail, dining and entertainment destination, perfect for friends and families of all ages. Its central location ...

Frequently asked questions Is it free to enter Riverland Dubai? Yes, you can visit Riverland Dubai for free. There's plenty of things to do in Riverland, such as walking along the river and exploring its four different zones – none of which require a ticket to access. Riverland Dubai acts as the gateway to Dubai Parks and Resorts, so it's easy to get tickets and visit the parks if you wish. Which metro station is Riverland Dubai near? To get to Riverland Dubai by public transport, catch the Dubai Metro Red Line towards Jebel Ali, and get off at Ibn Battuta Metro Station. From here you can catch a shuttle bus direct to Dubai Parks and Resorts, including Riverland Dubai. When was Riverland Dubai built? Riverland Dubai was built as part of Dubai Parks and Resorts, with construction starting in 2014. Riverland Dubai opened on 31 October 2016, alongside Legoland Dubai Resort – with the other parks opening between November 2016 and January 2017. What are the attractions in Riverland Dubai? Riverland Dubai is divided into four zones: The Peninsula, an entertainment hub surrounded by the river; India Gate, packed with fun sculptures and India-themed exhibits; Boardwalk, where you can step back in time to 1950s America and a street filled with entertainers; and The French Village, with towers, a working water wheel and street performers galore. When did Riverland open? Riverland Dubai opened to the public on 31 October 2016, after two years of construction. Along with Legoland Dubai, Riverland Dubai was the first phase of Dubai Parks and Resorts to open, with other parks including Motiongate and Legoland Water Park following shortly afterwards.

Sheikh Zayed Rd, Opp Palm Jebel Ali - Dubai www.riverlanddubai.com/en info@riverlanddubai.com

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