Everybody agrees Christmas is a season intended to be enjoyed with family and friends and to rejoice with many cultural practices of the community. There are more than enough enjoyable family Christmas activities out there, from Christmas Eve gift openings to putting treats out for Father Christmas. If you want to go to Dubai for Christmas with your family? Let’s go with the family to the best prices.
Although you could perhaps be planning to pursue new experiences if your group has expanded, or even if you are looking for a little variety this festive season.
Culture and traditions are a great way for the community to make Christmas more special. These don’t have to be elaborate, it is always better to be convenient.
It is the most exciting season of the year. And it makes it much more miraculous to have young ones around, so gather the squad and travel to these cheery events happening all over the city.
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Christmas in Dubai with Family
1. Family Show at the QE2
With several shows between Wednesday, December 16, and Sunday, December 27, except Christmas Day, Children’s classic Beauty and the Beast is on at the Theatre by QE2. For the entire group, consider vibrant outfits, loads of music, tons of joy, a wonderful story (of course), and Xmas entertainment. Tickets go on sale from Dhs120 and are offered in two, three, or four individual bursts. The QE2 will offer all the regular snacking choices for parents and kids, including candy, hot chocolate, ice creams for the younger kids.
2. Festive Market at Bab Al Shams
From 6 pm to 10 pm each weekday between December 12 and December 20, the desert holiday marketplace is at Bab Al Shams, where moms and dads can stock up any last-minute presents. And there is enough to get the entire community jingle belling into the mood of the celebrations with a massive Christmas tree filled with Santa Claus buggy, mulled grape, hot cocoa, cheerful sing-a-long, delightful pies, and much more. For youngsters, it is Dhs50, which is exchangeable for snacks and drinks, whereas parents get everything for free.
3. Light Displays at Dubai Garden Glow
For the holiday season, Dubai Garden Glow has revamped with the idea of ‘back to nature.’ At the Zabeel Park destination, there is a large number of different attractions to try out, including the popular Glow Park, which is constructed from environmentally sustainable homemade decorations. Then there is the Dinosaur Park, which shifts and roars with more than 120 versions of extinct animals from the Triassic, Jurassic, and Cretaceous periods. After this, there is the Art Park, which puts imagination to the forefront.
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4. Harry Potter Christmas Treats at Marks & Spencer
Marks & Spencer in the UAE has joined forces with Warner Bros. to introduce a whole brand-new collaboration devoted to Harry Potter, Hogwarts, and all things witchcraft. The apparel line for mini-Potterheads and adolescents consists of 24 items including loungewear, casual wear, and jewelry – all influenced by the marvelous wizarding universe. In addition to the latest clothing selection, Marks & Spencer has also introduced a line of food treats inspired by Harry Potter that are ideal for the forthcoming holiday period and will make for an exciting shopping spree.
5. Pantomime at InterContinental Dubai Festival City
In December, at the InterContinental Dubai Festival City, communities could enjoy Jack and the Beanstalk. Around Wednesday, December 16, and Sunday, December 27, there are separate activities planned, except Christmas Day, as even fantasy world heroes require a holiday time! All COVID-19 protective measures, including temperature measurement, masks, and socially-distant seats, would be in operation.
6. Jazz Concert at the Dubai Opera
With support from the NSO Big Band, Dubai Opera is bringing on a family-friendly Christmas performance this year. 2 ‘Santa Baby’ Christmas jazz music concerts will take place on Friday, December at 2 pm (perfect for friends and family) at 8 pm. Tickets begin at Dhs109 and include a bar drink for increased festive joy. Supported by NSO Big Band and full with a jazzy twist, communities could be encouraged to join along to seasonal classics like Yo Tannenbaum, Everybody’s Waitin ‘For The Guy With The Bag, Christmas Time Is Here, Silver Bells, and All I Want For Christmas Is You.
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7. Santa Run
Starting hours for the family-friendly Santa Run begin at 7.30 am on Saturday, December 11, though admission is from Dhs105. The path is over 5 km, but if you are racing as a group, there are smaller paths of 1 km and 2.5 km for kids. You are also going to get a trophy and food and beverages added in. There is also an award for Best Dressed Santa. In Dubai Festival City, athletes also get entry to Santa’s Grotto.
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