IMG Worlds details new theme park IMG Worlds of Legends

Theme park owner and operator, IMG Worlds, is bolstering its offering with the opening of its latest project, IMG Worlds of Legends.

Boasting nine unique zones across two million square feet, IMG Worlds of Legends will feature a range of global brands.

Attractions will include characters from the likes of Mattel, including Barbie, Hot Wheels and Bob the Builder, while Nickelodeon will offer Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and SpongeBob SquarePants.

In addition, Cartoon Network will offer We Bare Bears and Ubisoft will include brands such as Just Dance and Assassin’s Creed.

The park will also feature futuristic rollercoasters, water-based attractions, live entertainment and rides for guests to enjoy.

“IMG Worlds continues to attract truly international brands to Dubai and we are now one of the principal players in the global theme park industry,” said Lennard Otto, CEO of IMG Worlds.

“We have executed on our brand portfolio strategy, bringing together the biggest names in the industry under one umbrella to create the ultimate leisure and entertainment destination.

“IMG Worlds of Legends has beloved characters, dynamic rides, interactive attractions, and incredible architectural engineering across nine distinct zones, spanning over two million square feet.”

IMG Worlds of Legends will connect with IMG Worlds of Adventure through a sky bridge, which will double up as a gateway to the park.

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