Legoland Dubai Ramadan: This Holy Month Legoland Dubai is partnering with the Beacon of Hope initiative to help impoverished children around the world
Ramadan is a time for reflection and helping others, and this year Legoland Dubai is inviting all park guests to help children in need around the world.
Over the Holy Month the park will be inviting children to build traditional Ramadan lanterns out of Lego bricks, and for every lantern built, the park will donate a “beacon in a box” light kit to children in need, through the Beacon of Hope Foundation.
Beacon of Hope, is a a non-profit initiative founded by Sheikha Shamma bint Sultan bin Khalifa Al Nahyan which aims to make a positive impact on impoverished children globally through light and literacy.
“We are delighted that Legoland Dubai has chosen to partner with Beacon of Hope, during the auspicious month of Ramadan, to bring light and literacy to children in need. Our collaboration will offer families who are experiencing happy occasions in the Park the opportunity to further enrich the lives of those in less fortunate areas of the world,” said Sheikha Shamma bint Sultan bin Khalifa Al Nahyan.
“The joint initiative also celebrates the legacy of the Year of Zayed, sharing the core values of wisdom and human development by assisting and imparting knowledge to those in need to help build a brighter future,” said a spokesperson for Legoland Dubai.
Over Ramadan, the park will also operate on extended hours, opening from 1pm- 9 pm daily, with LEGOLAND Water Park operating from 10am to 6pm. In addition, the theme park has introduced a new, 135 AED “Ramadan Nights Iftar Ticket,” which offers access to the Park from 6:00 pm and includes the all-new Iftar Buffet in The Market Restaurant, which will be transformed during Ramadan, with new décor and ambience for the special occasion.