Tabuk is getting a mega new entertainment destination

Featuring an immersive family entertainment centre, bowling, cinema, indoor golf and a Hot Wheels e-karting experience…

Saudi Arabia’s entertainment scene keeps getting better. As if the exciting array of theme parks, water parks and attractions already in the pipeline wasn’t enough, Saudi Entertainment Ventures (SEVEN), has announced a brand new entertainment destination in Tabuk.

Although SEVEN has yet to reveal the name of the new leisure project, it’s set to transform Tabuk’s entertainment landscape with an array of experiences set over a super-sized 40,000 square metre plot.

Handily located on King Faisal Road and next to Prince Fahad Bin Sultan Park the destination will be accessible from one of four main entrances and have space for some 760 cars in the car park. Once complete, SEVEN’s new entertainment destination in Tabuk will be built up over 72,500 square metres. Designed by renowned architects Gensler, the SAR 1 billion project has been created to look like a village nestled between gardens and recreational spaces.

Inside, it will be largely entertainment, although space will also be dedicated to retail and food and beverage offerings. Within the new attraction in Tabuk, there will be eight entertainment zones. These will include a 4,000 square metre highly immersive family entertainment centre; an e-karting experience under Mattel’s Hot Wheels Brand; and Discovery Adventures centre, an indoor edutainment attraction that integrates content developed in partnership with Warner Bros. Discovery.

There will also be a 12-hole indoor golf course, 10-lane futuristic bowling experience and a 10-screen cinema. Sounds like it’s sure to be an unforgettable day out.

While we don’t know when SEVEN’s new destination will open, construction has already been awarded. So, we could be getting our thrills in Tabuk pretty soon.

Alongside Tabuk, SEVEN has plans for 21 entertainment destinations in total across the Kingdom. These include Al Hamra in Riyadh, plus across Jeddah, Taif, Khobar and Yanbu.