Good news for parents of young children: Luna Park in Haifa

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December 14, 2010 16:00

 
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The old fashioned amusement park with merry-go-rounds, slides, go-cars, trains, trampolines and other challenges which thrill and delight young children usually appear during holiday periods such as Pessah or Succot.

But in Haifa they are now available all year round.

The Haifa Grand Canyon shopping mall has added the Luna Grand to its premises.

Luna Grand, which is open daily, features all the attractions of a regular Luna Park and then some. It has been constructed over an expanse of 5000 square meters and can accommodate up to 1200 visitors at any given time. The variety of equipment is geared to youngsters aged 1-15.

Parents who wish to supervise their children at close quarters will also be permitted to use the facilities.

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