Destiny Park ticket sales start

Southern Europe’s largest edutainment centre opens 2 September

Destiny Park is ready to welcome its first visitors to the world run by children, starting September 2. Romania’s first edutainment park has started selling tickets.

Destiny Park for children aged 4 to 14 and represents a miniature universe where little ones can be adults for a few hours or a day, doing grown-up jobs and getting paid magic money for them.

A 3 1/2 hour Standard Pass ticket costs 80 lei for children and 60 lei for adults during the week. On weekends, the Standard Pass ticket will cost 130 lei for children and 80 lei for parents.

Until 31 August any ticket purchased will have a 10% discount.

Visitors can enjoy 43 experiences from a wide range of fields including medicine, food, media, energy, automotive, sport, IT and more. It’s all designed for youngsters to learn, through play, what it means to be big, to take responsibility and, last but not least, to manage their income. Each experience is organised in a specific setting and is designed so that children understand what it means to ‘work’ and get ‘paid’ but also have fun.

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In the 3.5 hours kids can enter any experience they want, and in each of the experiences they will work for 15-20 minutes with Destiny Park trainers and animators. All experiences are designed and implemented by a team of specialists led by parenting expert Urania Cremene.

Until 31 August, tickets can be purchased with a 10% discount on the website

Destiny Park isn’t just an amusement park, it’s the perfect combination of play and learning. It’s exactly how children develop and meet their basic psychological needs.

Access to the park is with an adult only, and parents with children over 8 years old can leave them in the park under the supervision of the animators.

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Destiny Park partners so far are Lidl, Regina Maria, Digi24, Banca Transilvania, Rodbun, Tinmar Energy, Euroins, Optiblu, Kiss FM, Vladila, Bioderma, Napolact, LEGO, Cadino, HRT RacingTeam, SiXT, Cognizant Softvision, Cărturești, Lupilu, Grunwelt, Dorna, Haribo, Philips Sonicare, Elgydium, Dyson.

Destiny Park is the largest edutainment park in South East Europe and the first of its kind in Romania. It is dedicated to children between 4 and 14 years old and is the place where children learn through play. The park is located in the Băneasa area on an area of more than 5000 sqm and has 177 parking spaces.

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