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Rain is rare in Dubai but when it pours it can really put a dampener on plans. The rain this morning, and predicted storms over the next couple of days, mean you might need to change your plans, or find somewhere to entertain the kids.The UAE National Center of Meteorology forecast unstable weather for Sunday February 11, with rain, thunder and lightning possible. Rain, thunder and lightning forecast for tomorrow.#UAE_BARQ_EN pic.twitter.com/r257yJB8Rz— UAE BARQ (@UAE_BARQ_EN) February 10, 2024 But that is not to say that there aren’t loads of fun activities that take place inside to get stuck into that are sure to put a smile on your face. From hitting up a roller disco to hitting up a smash room, check out all these exciting activities to fill your time with when the weather is not as perfect as we are used to.

Bounce around at Bounce

Test out your trampoline skills at Bounce, an indoor trampoline park when the rain comes pelting down in Dubai. It is a great way to get some exercise in whilst having a fun time. With locations in both Al Quoz and Al Ain, you can visit whichever is convenient for you. Get ready to flip on the performance trampolines, run vertically up a wall and practice your balancing techniques as there are also parkour-style activities too.
From Dhs55, Al Quoz and Al Ain, www.bounce.ae (04 321 1400).

Admire the fish at Dubai Aquarium and Underwater Zoo

Dubai Aquarium & Underwater Zoo in Downtown Dubai is a great idea when it is raining. Due to it being located in The Dubai Mall you and the gang can admire the marine life before doing a spot of shopping or grabbing a bite to eat. Rainy afternoon plans = sorted.
From Dhs199, The Dubai Mall, Downtown Dubai (800 3822 46255).

Skate around Dubai Ice rink

Fancy dancing on ice? Then a visit to The Dubai Mall’s Olympic-sized skating rink is a good idea. Kids and adults can dust off their skates and glide around the rink. Not super confident on the ice? There are skating aids available and socks and skates are included with the admission fee.
From Dhs85, The Dubai Mall, Downtown Dubai, www.dubaiicerink.com (04 448 5111)

Go shopping

Dubai is home to some of the biggest and best malls in the world. And the great thing about the city is that you can buy anything you like while being sheltered from all the elements (a little drizzle in our case). It’s a shopper’s paradise, and it’s peppered with every type of store you can imagine.The best shopping malls in Dubai: Your complete guide

Get creative at Café Céramique

If you love art as much as you love food, this spot offers the best of both worlds. Diners get the chance to paint and craft whatever they choose, from ceramic small animals to a traditional mug. Your painted products are then sent to the kiln for firing and can be collected in a week. A pretty good excuse to return.
Jumeirah Town Centre, Jumeirah, www.cafeceramique.ae (04 344 7331).

Get your skates on at Rolldxb

It may have been a long while since you thought about donning your roller skates but there is the perfect opportunity to at RollDXB. The roller disco, in Port Rashid, always has something on with open sessions to classes that run in the afternoons and evenings. Not got all the gear? Don’t worry as you can hire skates there.
From Dhs95. Open Sun-Wed 2.30pm-10pm, Thu 2.30pm-midnight, Fri-Sat 10am-1am. Shed 3 Marina Cubes Street, Dubai Maritime City, Port Rashid, Bur Dubai, rolldxb.com, info@rollrxb.com (04 238 6206).

Set your stress free at The Smash Room

With two branches across UAE, The Smash Room is a place to let loose as you use tools to smash up an array of items. Crush laptops, TVs and more. As for your weapon of choice, select from sledgehammers, crowbars and baseball bats. If you are really frustrated about the rain it is the perfect place to get out your aggression.
From Dhs99. Al Quoz, www.thesmashroom.ae (058 198 2323).

Catch a movie at the biggest cinema screen in the Middle East

When the sky is trickling a great thing to do is visit the cinema to see the latest blockbuster. With Dubai being home to the biggest cinema screen in the Middle East there is no excuse not to see a film on the huge screen that is the size of two tennis courts. Roxy Xtreme found at Dubai Hills Mall is a special experience with premium food and VIP chairs (we’re talking heated seats, USB chargers and food delivered to your chair) available. Swish, ey?
From Dhs55, Roxy Cinema Dubai Hills Mall, theroxycinemas.com.

Cosy up with a book at Mohammed Bin Rashid Library

Unleash your inner bookworm by taking a trip to Mohammed Bin Rashid Library. With free entry, there is no reason not to head to the new library when the weather turns. Cosy up with a book before grabbing a hot drink and snack in the café. Sounds perfect to us.
Open daily from 8am-11.55pm. Dubai Creek. (04 222 2025)

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