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1 May 2019 10:47 am

World's first ‘City in Space’ theme park for kids to open soon in Doha

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Qatar daily The Peninsula Msheireb Downtown Doha will be the new home of Juniverse, an innovative theme park for children that will be the first city in space.

The announcement was made during an agreement signing between Msheireb Properties, the national real estate developer and a subsidiary of Qatar Foundation, and Talal Bin Mohammed Trading (TBMT).

Juniverse will offer an engaging and dynamic learning experience to inspire, educate, and entertain children aged 4-17 years. With over 50 attractions and rides, this world-first edutainment park will engage youth in exciting, futuristic missions necessary to keep society safe and sustainable.

Children will learn to perform a variety of challenging role-playing activities such as growing and harvesting their own food and conducting medical surgeries and many others. In addition, adults will enjoy team building activities and programmes. The park will include multiple food and beverages outlets, retail stores, and various attractions, utilising leading-edge technology to completely revolutionise entertainment for young people.

Commenting on the agreement, Ali Al-Kuwari, Acting CEO of Msheireb Properties, said: “Opening a first-in-the-world theme park such as Juniverse aligns with our promise to create a city of firsts at the heart of Doha. The edutainment centre will be located at the Galleria, an enclosed air-conditioned shopping mall, making Msheireb Downtown Doha a family and tourist destination in Qatar with unique experiences that are not available anywhere else. We are very happy with this collaboration with TBMT and we look forward to the opening soon.”

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