Madinah is getting a new entertainment destination by SEVEN

The new location will provide fun for the whole family…

Saudi Entertainment Ventures (SEVEN) is constantly working on some of the coolest new entertainment destinations in the country. And the next one on the list is SEVEN AlMadinah, construction work just began with BUJV, a joint venture by AL BAWANI CO. LTD. and UrbaCon Trading & Contracting.

Adding to the region’s unique attractions, the brand-new groundbreaking entertainment destination aims to revitalize the region’s communities and create memorable moments for both residents and visitors.

SEVEN AlMadinah will be located next to King Fahad Central Park and is set to be developed over an area of 100,000 square meters with a total built-up area of over 84,000 square metres. The park’s gorgeous picturesque trails fit right into the development’s curated open paths and gardens, so you know you’ll be getting your steps in for sure.

The fun-filled family destination will offer up tonnes of world-class rides within a 4,000-square metre, and a two-level 330-metre e-karting track perfect for both kiddos and adults will also be housed in the development.

There will also be a Discovery Adventures centre in the new SEVEN destinations which will include trekking experiences, treehouse trails, and other jungle-themed challenges.

There will also Play-Doh entertainment centre complete with three different sensorial zones, a state-of-the-art cinema with IMAX and VIP screens and a ten-lane futuristic bowling alley. And once you’re all tired out, you can check out the wellness centre to relax. There will also be a wide variety of international and local restaurants available on-site as well as cool shopping outlets you can check out too.

Abdullah AlDawood, Chairman, SEVEN says, “Our entertainment destination in Almadinah will transform the entertainment landscape of the region and bring new, unique, and exciting experiences to the people of Almadinah supporting SEVEN’s aims to enrich the quality of life for millions of Saudis.”

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