Kids go free! Some of the best deals across the UAE this Ramadan
From the Dubai Frame to Ferrari World, some of the emirates' most popular attractions are offing free experiences this holy month
Across the UAE there are plenty of special offers this Ramadan, with kids and grown-ups going free at some of the country's most popular attractions.
Here we round-up 5 of the best UAE freebies to enjoy this Ramadan.
Free Ferrari World entry
It is free to enter Ferrari World Abu Dhabi this Ramadan as guests simply have to pay for the rides they wish to go on. Throughout the holy month, all park guests will be able to avail free entry to the park on weekend evenings while enjoying the rides and attractions of their choice on a pay-as-you-go basis. Ticket prices for one ride cost Dh60, or guests can choose to enjoy unlimited access to rides for just Dh100. The offer is available throughout Ramadan, and excludes the Karting Academy, Simulators and Driving Experience rides.
6pm to 10pm, Thursdays to Saturdays, Ferrari World Abu Dhabi, Abu Dhabi, www.ferrariworldabudhabi.com
Free kids' entry to Dubai Aquarium
Throughout Ramadan, children under five years old enter Dubai Aquarium & Underwater Zoo for free. They need to be joined by at least one paying adult, and enter before 1pm from Sunday to Thursday. It is usually Dh130 for adults and children (three years above).
Dubai Aquarium & Underwater Zoo, The Dubai Mall, Sunday to Thursday, before 1pm, throughout Ramadan, adults Dh130, www.thedubaiaquarium.com
Free Dubai Frame entry for select visitors
The Dubai Frame has announced its Ramadan hours and with it, free entry for children under the age of three, adults above 65 years and people of determination. The landmark, which offers panoramic views of the city, will be open from 3pm until 11pm, daily, throughout Ramadan.
Dubai Frame, Zabeel Park, Dubai, www.dubaiframe.ae
Kids go free at The Green Planet
The Green Planet bio-dome is offering free entry for every child dressed in their school uniform when accompanied by a paying adult, from 1pm to close, giving families the chance to experience educational, hands-on activities with more than 3,000 plants and animals. See exotic wildlife such as sugar gliders, South American toucans, emerald tree boas, Tamarin monkeys and sloths and visit the newly launched Australian Walkabout. The highlight of the day takes place at 4pm with the piranhas’ live feeding session.
10am to 7pm, Sundays to Wednesdays; 10am to 8pm, Thursdays to Saturdays, from Dh89 when purchased online; from Dh99 at the door, The Green Planet, City Walk, Al Wasl, Dubai, 04 317 3999, www.thegreenplanetdubai.com
Dh1 entry to Laguna Waterpark
Okay, so it's not technically free but kids pay Dh1 to enter Laguna Waterpark this Ramadan. Children under the age of 12 will get the dirham entry for the La Mer waterpark, with every paying adult. Tickets can be purchased online or at the gate and the offer is valid on weekdays only, throughout May.
Laguna Waterpark, La Mer, Dh1 (kids under 12 from 10am to 6pm weekdays), otherwise from Dh99, lagunawaterpark.com
Updated: May 9, 2019 11:52 AM