Water World

W. 89th Avenue 800, Yerevan

Yerevan Water World (Armenian: Ջրաշխարհ (Jrashkharh)) is a water park situated on Myasnikyan Avenue of Nor Nork district in the Armenian capital of Yerevan. The Water World has an open-air water park occupying an area of 2.5 hectares and an indoor water park of 0.5 hectare.
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Open Hours:

  • Sun

    12:00 - 18:00

  • Mon

    12:00 - 18:00

  • Tue

    12:00 - 18:00

  • Wed

    12:00 - 18:00

  • Thu

    12:00 - 18:00

  • Fri

    12:00 - 18:00

  • Sat

    12:00 - 18:00

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  • hasani hamun

    - 06 March 2018 -

    کیفیتش پایینه.دست بند شارژی ندارید.جکوزی تو چادر هست.کمد ندارید و وسایلتون را باید بزارید تو سبد و تحویل بدید.کلا بار اول و آخرم بود

  • Thomas DLF

    - 26 September 2017 -

    Been here, it was fun, don't go in with high expectations, especially a a westerner. I didn't understand why men were required to take of swim shirts, but I had to take mine off, even after I had locked away my sunscreen. I ended up getting the worst sunburn of my life, lasting all the way through the rest of my trip to Armenia, through France, all the way back home. Rides are great, and the food is nice. I don't think the staff were very fond of Americans, or Germans. If I was asked if I would recommend it, it would be a yes, but wear as much sun screen as you can, don't bother with swim shirts, and pack some extra dram, as the entrance ticket doesn't cover some of the activities. 20,000 extra should be enough.

  • Navid Asmari Saadabad

    - 01 August 2017 -

    Waste of time and money! The service is of poor quality and the staff are not trained for cooperation with tourists.


    - 19 July 2017 -

    Chat lavna es shatem havane u amen tari galis em

  • Jervan 352

    - 04 August 2016 -

    Very expensive even for western tourists. Rules are very strict and lifeguards are very rude when rules are broken. But it is a really nice place, the waterslides are fun for kids and so is the splash area.

  • Vincent Lima

    - 30 July 2015 -

    Wow! I don't think I've ever seen as much overt hostility in the service industry. Waiting for a basket in the men's locker room, I witnessed an employee yell at length at a group of Iranian customers that they must get one basket per person. When she noticed one of them was missing, she said, "Where is he? Maybe he drowned. I hope so." Then when two Armenian boys wanted to share a basket, she agreed. Meanwhile, my daughters say they got yelled at for trying to share a basket. When they handed their baskets over, they were told they should take everything they'll need during the day. When they tried to do so, the attendant refused. Once you hand it to us -- even though the basket is still right here between us -- you can't have it back!

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