Lunapark Yerevan is located next to the church of St. Gregory the Iluminator.
The park is moderately small, but offers enough rides for children of all ages to enjoy themselves for a few hours. They can choose to go on several merry-go-rounds, the swinging chairs or other fun rides. During the summer your children can enjoy a delicious ice cream or cold drinks from the outdoor café.
Unfortunately, Lunapark Yerevan isn’t big enough to entertain your children for a whole day. Luckily, there’s a big shopping mall opposite the park where your children can enjoy the rest of their day. The 6th floor of the mall is completely at the children’s disposal with a racetrack, numerous attractions, a 9D cinema and, of course, a children’s restaurant for when they are hungry or thirsty. The rides in the mall cost 200 – 2000 AMD which is roughly 0,5 – 4 US dollars.
Entry price and tickets
As with any other Lunapark, you’ll need to pay per ride. Entrance is free, so you can also choose to look around before you decide to spend the day here. Tickets for the rides cost 500 – 1500 AMD which is equal to 1-3 US dollars.
The park is open 7 days a week from 11:00 – 23:00.
Lunapark Yerevan is located near the city centre, so getting there is easy. The easiest way is by subway. Just get off at the Zoravar Andranik station, cross the road through an underpass and you’ll be at the park.
Of course, you can also choose to go by car. The park is just off of Kanyjan Street and Agatangeghos Street. You can also go by bus, which stops on Kanyjan Street diagonally across from the park.
Luna Park Tel Aviv is located in the Tel Aviv Fairgrounds complex. The park is very focussed on the quality of what they offer, so their rides get renovated, upgraded or replaced every year. Of course, new rides are also added regularly.
Right now, you can enjoy a healthy balance of kids rides and adult rides. Kids can have the time of their lives on the carousels, water slides, safari rally and more. Adults can get their fill of adrenaline on the anaconda roller coaster, the top spin, air loop and more. Of course, there’s also time for relaxing with a nice drink and something yummy to eat at one of the diners.
If you enjoyed your day, you can buy a souvenir in the gift shop to remember them by, or take a picture in the picture studio.
Entry price and tickets
Lunapark Tel Aviv requires you to buy tickets for the rides. Single tickets can be bought for children aged 2 and older, and cost 125 NIS. There are special discounts for pensioners and IDF soldiers who only have to pay 95 NIS per ticket. Children under two years of age are free, but you need an ID to prove the age. During the Passover holiday, single tickets cost 135 NIS.
The park is open every Saturday. During July and August the park is open daily. The opening hours can change depending on circumstances like the weather. It’s best to call them beforehand to make sure you can enjoy your whole day, but they also announce closing times at the park.
Address: Ganei Yehoshua, Tel Aviv, Israel
Phone: +972 3-642-7080
Ayalon Highway (from both north and south): take the University Rokah exit and follow the signs to Luna Park Tel Aviv.
Ayalon Highway (only from south): take the Trade Fairs and Convention Center exit and follow the signs to Luna Park Tel Aviv.
HaKfar Hayarok interchange: drive south on Bnei Efraim Boulevard until you reach Ganei Hata’aruha.
Geha interchange: on Jabotinsky street drive towards Ramat Gan
take a right turn on Sheshet Hayamim street (in direction of the shopping mall “Ayalon”)
take a right turn again on the second traffic light to Ava Hillel Silver street, and left on the second traffic light to Lehi street.
Continue on the bridge and take a left turn on the first traffic light to Shitrit street. Take a left tTurn again on the first traffic light to Rokah boulevard and follow the signs to Luna Park Tel Aviv.
Dan: Lines 21, 27, 28, 47, 48, 113.
Kavim: line 137.
Egged: lines 74, 89, 90, 174, 201.
Israel Railways: all of the trains stop at the University – Trade Fairs and Convention Center station.
Luna Park Sincan sits within a bigger amusement park called Harikalar Diyari (also known as Wonderland), which is one of the biggest amusement parks in Western Asia.
You can spend a good few hours here with the family whilst riding the kiddies roller coaster, small log flume, haunted house, ferris wheel and more. One of the roller coasters has been turned up allowing it to hit a higher speed making it suitable for adults too.
After you’re done in Lunapark Sincan, you can enjoy the other rides Harikalar Diyari has to offer like a go-kart course, golf course, and many typical amusement park rides. You can also grab a bite to eat and a refreshing drink at the cafe.
Entry price and tickets
Since Lunapark Sincan is only 20 minutes from Arkan, the capital of Turkey, there are multiple ways to get to the park. The most obvious way is by car following roads through Ankara and the D140. There are multiple ways to get to the park using public transport. Check the website of your public transport provider to see which bus departs in your area. Most routes end up with bus 525-2.