With Diwali being just round the corner, EsselWorld, the country's most popular and largest amusement park, is all geared up to make this festival of lights all the more special for its young guests. The theme park which has pioneered the art of providing edutainment, has decided to celebrate the 'Season of Joy' at the park between the periods 28th October to 14th November 2016, by creating a 'Science Park'. Through this unique initiative, EsselWorld aims to nurture the young minds by mingling entertainment with education.
Science with its different branches of Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry is a subject which is part and parcel of our daily life. From as minute as a pin to as gigantic as a plane, science is involved in all. To inculcate a liking for the subject and at the same time entertain the young minds, the park has organized this special science based carnival and underwent a new Science lab dÃ©cor in sync with the theme.
To make the carnival more fun and interactive, live scientific models and science based fun games have been installed at various locations in the park. At the central garden, a telescope has been kept for star gazing while for patrons with an inclination to solve complex problems the garden will have a giant Rubik's cube installed. With an aim to capture the essence of science and showcase its evolution right from the primitive tools to the most modern cutting-edge technology, the park has also set up a science lab with all its elements.
The showstopper of this Diwali carnival is a Scientific Parade which will take place every evening at the park. It will have characters such as crazy scientist and his assistant, weird aliens, space craft, astronauts, robots, futuristic men & women along with the Fab 5 characters of EsselWorld- Andy, Mimi, Riki, Mayur & Mithu.
Commenting on this occasion Mr. Shirish Deshpande, CEO, EsselWorld & Water Kingdom said "Diwali is all about spreading happiness. We at EsselWorld have always believed in spreading cheer through the concept of edutainment and have always strived to instill the same through our various initiatives. With this interesting science concept we aim to spread optimism among our young guests and foster these young minds."
"I would also like to wish all our patrons a happy and prosperous Diwali, may the festival of lights brighten up our lives with joy."
At various locations inside EsselWorld, multiple photo opportunities such as 'Newton and his apple tree', solve the unsolved puzzle of who came first Hen or egg? With the 'larger than Life Egg' & 'a rocket with astronaut costume in the backdrop of moon' have also been put up for visitors with a penchant for photography.
Date: 28th October to 14th November 2016
Entry tickets: Adult: Rs. 949/-Â |Â Child: Rs. 699/-
Venue: EsselWorld - Gorai Village, Borivali (W), Mumbai â€“ 400091
Book Online: www.esselworld.in
For more info call 022 6528 0305