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Picnic in the park - Sold out

Saturday 15 January 2022
4pm – 10pm

Take advantage of the great weather and head down to the museum park on 15th January for our very first picnic in the park.

A very special family event in the museum grounds offering delicious picnic boxes, soft serve stations, brownie pop-ups, retail as well as live entertainment and music throughout the day. Children can enjoy ‘make and play’ activities and can try their hand at painting on an artist’s easel.

Order your picnic box for four from Aptitude Café or Nectar and a find a quiet spot to enjoy it under the palm trees.
Details of box inclusions are mentioned below.

Picnic boxes are limited and must be pre-ordered. AED 200 for members and AED 230 for non-members (includes four picnic day passes, a picnic box for four and hot chocolate vouchers). Or you can opt for a Picnic Day Pass. Picnic Day pass are just AED 20 per adult member and AED 30 for adult non-member.

Children under the age of 7 enter for free.

Please note food and drink from outside are not allowed in the museum and park premises. In line with government guidelines, all visitors aged 16 and above must have a 48 hour PCR and show ‘green’ status on Al Hosn App to attend this event.

In collaboration with Aptitude, Mirzam and Nectar

Aptitude picnic box includes:
Turkey and cheese sandwiches | Slow roasted tomato and Labneh Dip | Selection of cold cuts | Selection of crackers | Selection of cheese | Strawberries, grapes, figs, dried apricot | Olives | Jam jar | Honey | Country bread | Almonds and walnuts | Special: Mirzam brownies and Hot Chocolate vouchers

Nectar picnic box includes: Sold out
Chicken Caesar Wraps | Quinoa Falafel Wraps | Herb Crackers | Mini Almond Flour Blueberry Muffins with Almond Crumble | Mini Chocolate Chip Banana Bread Muffins | Medjool Dates & Almond Butter | Mini Chocolate Chip Cookies | Healthy fruit roll-ups | Wellness Shots: Orange, lemon, apple cider vinegar
Vegan, gluten-free, refined sugar-free

Department of Culture and Tourism - Abu Dhabi / Photo Raheed Allaf - Seeing Things
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