World’s largest Snow Play Park, Snow Abu Dhabi is all set to arrive in Abu Dhabi next year, and the unveiled its some of its key attractions such as Blizzard’s Bazaar, Snowflake Garden and Flurries’ Mountain that will welcome the visitors at Snow Abu Dhabi, when the attraction opens on Reem Island in late 2020.
The snow play park is part of the leisure and entertainment projects being delivered by Al Farwaniya Property Developers, Majid Al Futtaim Ventures and Thinkwell at the $1.2bn Reem Mall development.
The 125,000 sq ft destination will feature a total of 13 rides and attractions, and will emulate an enchanted world with a wide range of activities spread across several distinct zones. In each zone, visitors will find a unique slate of activities hosted by some of the land’s fantastic characters.
Before entering the park, guests will be invited to visit the Blizzard’s Bazaar. The assortment of retail offerings at the quirky outlet will include cold weather clothing, hats, postcards, and other souvenirs of the park’s Enchanted Forest.
Upon entering, visitors will find themselves in the stunning Snowflake Garden. The open snow play activity area will give the arriving guests the chance to simply play in the snow. Special activities will also be organized including ice labyrinths, snowman building and other snow-based games.
Just beyond the Snowflake Garden, guests will find the iconic shimmering Crystal Carousel. This wondrous, twinkling creation will feature an ornate customized design to celebrate the animals of this magical winter forest.
The snow park visit will culminate with a climb up the Flurries’ Mountain, which will lead to the spectacular centrepiece of Snow Abu Dhabi – the Enchanted Tree. Soaring up into the sky, it will be a majestic central icon that sprawls over the many snow play activities below.
Once open, the massive snow play park will maintain an inside temperature of -2C, with a snow depth of 500mm. The construction of the park is progressing in line with the overall development timetable, with the first trusses being installed in June this year.