Anhor Amusement Parks in Tashkent

Anhor Amusement Parks in Tashkent

Anhor Amusement Parks in Tashkent

Address: Shaykhantakhur district, Labzak 12/1, between "Minor" station of the Yunusabad line and "Pakhtakor" station of the Chilanzar line

Phone: +998 781 50 83 83

Operating hours: 10:00 AM - 11:00 PM

Entry to the park is free, so even if you're not planning to ride the attractions, you can enjoy a stroll in the well-maintained area with your kids. Experience the pleasant atmosphere with musical fountains illuminated with different colours, reaching heights of 50 meters. The park's administration continuously updates the facilities. Weekends feature themed festivals and shows with animators. Anhor Lokomotiv's design reflects global landmarks, while Anhor Park showcases Uzbekistan's key architectural monuments, including the "Navruz" thematic park with a crafts village. Move between the country's regions and see miniatures of recognizable monuments representing Uzbekistan's seven wonders. Take photos with iconic landmarks like Tashkent TV Tower, Timurid Museum, Khiva's Kalta Minar, Bukhara's Kalyan, Samarkand's Sher Dor Madrassa from Registan, Andijan's Babur Memorial, and Tashkent Clocks. Pose with the high-speed Afrosiab train or enjoy a meal in a train-themed restaurant. To use the attractions, purchase a special card at the park's ticket office, where you can load money.

Anhor Lokomotiv Park

Anhor Lokomotiv Park in Tashkent opened first on August 8, 2016, quickly gaining a loyal following. It spans an area of 8 hectares. The Park offers various entertainment options for young visitors. For toddlers, there's a secure trampoline area. The park's highlight is Central Asia's tallest Ferris wheel, "Anhor Star," with closed cabins offering comfort - and what stunning sunsets you can see! The carousel, beloved by locals, got its name through public voting. The cabins come in two types - regular and VIP, with leather seats, air conditioning, and binoculars.

Anhor Park

Anhor Park can entertain you all day, even in winter. It features Drive Cinema and invites thrill-seekers to experience Central Asia's largest karting track, "Axelon." The karting centre spans 12,000 sq.m, with a track length of 540 meters. The kart fleet caters to beginners and professionals, including special children's karts (speed-limited) and training karts. Some allow two passengers, letting you drive with your child or leave it to a professional instructor. Experienced drivers compete in tournaments organized by the club.

The Enter gaming zone and quest room offer intellectual, thrilling, and spooky adventures. The VR zone with a 5D cinema and interactive machines immerses you in virtual reality.

The food court boasts an impressive range of culinary brands catering to all tastes, including a popular Turkish restaurant, Efendi, with a summer terrace. Treat yourself to Baskin Robbins ice cream for dessert. Coffee lovers can relax at Black Bear Kofi and Halva Art Cafe Shop.

The indoor ice rink, Ice Rink, was one of the first in Tashkent and operates year-round. With an 800 sq.m area, the Ice Rink is suitable for skaters of all ages and also hosts hockey games and lively ice discos. Children and novice skaters have tutors available.

In the warm season, new carousels attract attention with evening illuminations, and trained staff ensures safety. Impressive roller coasters may be smaller than "Tashkentland" but offer thrilling turns and loops. The high swings provide panoramic views of Tashkent, blending the old and new city areas.

Anhor Park regularly hosts exhibitions, music festivals, masterclasses, concerts, talent shows, and festive celebrations for New Year and Navruz on its 320-person summer amphitheatre stage. Residents from nearby areas visit almost daily to stroll around the artificial lake and ride pedal boats.