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Ferrari World Launches Family Fridays
Updated on 14 January 2021

Ferrari World is set to launch Family Fridays from 15 January to 25 February with fun and exciting new additions that the whole family will surely enjoy.

Visitors of all ages can now enjoy four new attractions at the Family Zone, and younger kids can also feel like racers in their Ferrari themed pushcarts.

Theme park visitors can also enjoy pop-up characters putting on their dancing shoes with performances and also later sway to the music with live DJ sessions.

Families can get competitive by playing giant human-sized board games against each other, held throughout the day!

A stop at the souvenir store is also a must to get some amazing Ferrari merchandise, which is also available in family retail bundles so no one gets left out.

After all the excitement and fun, delight in a lovely meal at an Italian restaurant, Mamma Rossella with their new menu ranging from Nutella dessert pizzas to an edible game of tic tac toe played with freshly baked cookies. 

Espresso Rosso is also having a fun family gelato party platter so do not forget to stop there!

Enjoy all that the park has to offer with great deals on tickets for Dhs 885 where you can get 4 tickets for the price of three as well as an additional 25% discount on extra tickets bought.

Also avail the New Year's offer where on paying for one single day pass to Ferrari World, you can also get a free pass to Warner Bros World for Dhs 310.

For more information, visit www.ferrariworldabudhabi.com.

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