Theme park operator Dubai Parks and Resorts now known as Dxb Entertainments, recently revealed the ride line-up for its upcoming Legoland Dubai and Legoland Water Park attractions, set to open in October.
According to a report in Gulf Business, the park will feature 15,000 Lego models across six themed areas: Factory, Lego City, Imagination, Kingdoms, Adventure and Miniland.
Reportedly, children aged three will be able to get a Legoland driver’s license at the Lego City Driving school while those aged six to 12 will be able to learn about road safety and drive around the city in 45 mini electric cars. While the Dragon Coaster, the park’s biggest ride will stand 16 metres high and reach speeds of 60kmh.
At Miniland, visitors will see recreated scenes and famous landmarks from the UAE and wider Middle East comprising 20 million bricks, including the Burj Khalifa, Burj Al Arab and Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque. More info