Fantastic Family-Friendly Things To Do At Emperors Palace


The holidays are over and the back-to-school routine has kicked in, but that doesn’t mean that the fun has to come to an end! In fact, spending time partaking in cool activities with the family over the weekend is always a great idea – and we’ll have you know that Emperor’s Palace offers a limitless supply of fun things for you to enjoy with your kids! Head on over for a jam-packed afternoon of both kid- and adult-friendly activities. Here are some great ideas of things to do.

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1. Tuck Into An Alfresco Breakfast At Aurelia’s

Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, isn’t it? And Aurelia’s does it well! The lovely, conservatory-style restaurant extends along the northern façade of the D’oreale Grande Hotel, making it the perfect setting for a sumptuous alfresco brekkie that the whole family will love.

2. Watch A Movie At Nu Metro

The Nu Metro at Emperor’s Palace guarantees an extraordinary cinematic experience. The family movie theatre provides a combination of top-end and beanbag seating to accommodate a fun-filled experience like no other. To find out what’s showing at the moment, go here.

3. Enjoy A Show At The Barnyard Theatre

There’s nothing better than a night out with the family. Add some delicious food and fabulous entertainment to that great company and you’re in for a fantastic evening. Lucky for you The Barnyard Theatre is fun for all. To find out what’s on at The Barnyard Theatre at the moment, go here.

4. Let the games begin at The Magic Company

The Magic Company has loads of exciting games on offer, including ten-pin bowling, go-karts and many arcade games. And, no, you’re never too old to join in on the fun with your young ones!

5. Indulge In A Buffet Meal At Rosetta’s

Rosetta’s is a vibey spot located off the main casino walkway. After a day of fun and games, it’s just the spot to pop into to enjoy a classic buffet. All dishes are of top-notch quality, made with simple yet quality ingredients. Bonus: for every paying adult, one kid under 12 years old eats for free!

by Candice May

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