My husband and I are the kind of couple that drive all the way to Dubai to take our kids to our favourite park. This is saying a lot since we’re kind of home-bodies and a trip to Dubai takes some serious effort on our part. But why drive all the way to Dubai for a park, you ask? Because we prefer our parks to be designed with children in mind, meaning lots of open, green space and no restrictions on balls and bikes! So, when the city began whispering about renovations at Mushrif Central Park, I crossed my fingers and hoped for the best. Please, please, pleeeeaaassseeee let this be a park that eliminates our “Park Trips” to Dubai!
|This area was designed specifically with “Hide & Seek” in mind.|
A quieter area catering to the those seeking a little tranquility
There is also a beautiful cafe that is bright and airy right at the main entrance, with a few food kiosks spread throughout the park and another cafe in the plans. Plus, Food Trucks such as Meylas and Salt will be around during the first couple of weeks at Mushrif Central Park.
I am perhaps most excited about the amphitheatre. I am already envisioning many evenings spent on the lawns in front of the amphitheater, listening to live music and creating all sorts of stories with my children that take place in a giant dinosaur rib cage. This park will not fail to ignite the imagination of young and old alike!
|An amphitheater or a dinosaur ribcage? Either way, it’s awsome!|
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