Dubai's Global Village to close its doors for the summer this weekend

The ever-popular attraction will close at 2am on Sunday, giving visitors one final night to enjoy the event

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Fans of Dubai's Global Village have just one day left to enjoy its 26th season, ahead of it closing its doors for the summer at 2am on Sunday.

The ever-popular family attraction, which was due to close its doors for the warmer months on April 10, added four extra weeks to the season, and will open for the last time at 5pm on Saturday. It will close at 2am on Sunday, giving visitors one final night to enjoy this year’s attractions.

Global Village is marking its 26th season with 26 pavilions representing more than 80 cultures from around the world.

Among the countries and continents represented are: the UAE, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Kuwait, Afghanistan, Africa, the Americas, China, Egypt, Europe, India, Iran, Iraq, Japan, South Korea, Lebanon, Morocco, Pakistan, Palestine, Syria, Thailand, Turkey, Yemen and Russia.

New attractions for this season include a Peter Rabbit Adventure Zone, which houses a series of fun and interactive activity areas based on the much-loved childhood character.

Internationally acclaimed dance show Burn The Floor also made its regional debut at the event, and has a regular slot on the attraction’s main stage. The high-voltage show features daring choreography by a troupe of international dancers.

How to get tickets

There is no need to pre-book tickets for Global Village, as they can be easily purchased on arrival at the venue. You can also buy them via the Global Village website or official app.

Tickets cost Dh15 if you buy them online, or Dh20 at the gate.

Getting there

Children aged under 3, senior citizens over the age of 65 and holders of People of Determination ID cards, and one companion, can enter the attraction free of charge.

Updated: May 07, 2022, 6:14 AM