Cartoon Network zone at Dubai's IMG World of Adventures detailed

Robert Hutchins

By Robert Hutchins

April 26th 2016 at 10:23AM
Cartoon Network zone at Dubai's IMG World of Adventures detailed

The park will feature the likes of Ben 10, Adventure Time and The Powerpuff Girls in a series of rides and attractions.

Details of a new Cartoon Network zone at Dubai’s popular tourist destination IMG Worlds of Adventure have finally been revealed.

The park – that will open its doors officially on August 15th this year – will feature the likes of Ben 10, Adventure Time and The Powerpuff Girls in a series of rides and attractions.

The numerous attractions to be unveiled this summer is the result of a deal between Ilyas and Mustafa Galadari Group and Cartoon Network.

Ben 10 5D – Hero Time will see audiences immersed in a real-life battle with Ben and Rook in a multi-sensory theatre experience, while fans can ride with Blossom, Bubbles and Buttercup in The Powerpuff Girls – Mojo Jojo’s Robot Rampage to help fight Mojo Jojo’s evil robot creation.

Visitors to Cartoon Network zone will also get to experience an Adventure Time scenic ride on The Ride of Ooo and Finn and Jake, as well as The Amazing Ride of Gumball.

IMG Worlds of Adventure will be billed as the world’s largest temperature controlled indoor themed entertainment destination at 1.5 million square feet.

Johanne Broadfield, VP EMEA at Cartoon Network Enterprises, said: “After working closely with IMG over the past few years, we’re extremely excited to be getting close to the park’s official opening.

“Throughout the process, IMG has matched our passion and ambition to bring Cartoon Network’s iconic brands to life; and the attraction is a significant milestone in our strategy to deliver more immersive fan experiences for kids and families.

“We’re confident that the Cartoon Network zone will build upon the channel’s already strong position in the Middle East and that both the young and the young at heart will be delighted when the park opens its gates this August.”