Photos: Abu Dhabi’s Dolphin Park gets a face-lift
Published on February 14, 2021 at 19.49
The project is a part of the municipality’s sustained endeavour to improve recreational facilities and make residents happy.
The Abu Dhabi Municipality has completed the construction and maintenance work for the Dolphin Park at a cost of Dh1 million. The project is a part of the municipality’s sustained endeavour to improve recreational facilities and make residents happy.- Supplied photos
The renovation work included the change of old rubber floors in the children’s play area, umbrellas and surrounding interior lighting. The old fountain was removed, and a multi-purpose playground has been built in its place. New sign boards have also been installed that are in sync with Abu Dhabi’s signature style.
The environmentally friendly project included the renovation of fountains.
Dolphin Park is an attractive recreational option for residents and visitors alike. It includes 10 barbecue areas, shaded and multipurpose playgrounds for children.
The park, which was established 30 years ago, is one of the oldest facilities in the UAE’s capital city. It is located on Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Street and at the end of the Eastern Corniche (Qurum Corniche).
The park, known for its distinctive gardens, houses several fountains, and displays the motif of dolphins at the entrance and after which the recreation facility has been named.