Located in Iland Recreational-Commercial Center, Iland Fun Park consists of two indoor and outdoor parts that provide services for all family members with the most exciting and cutting-edge facilities.

Project specifications

  • Predicted facilities: Outdoor and indoor amusement parks with modern equipment
  • Project area: 12 hectares
  • Annual capacity: 2,850,000 persons
  • Employment opportunities: at least 200 Annual capacity: 2,850,000 persons

Project features

  • Outdoor fun park
  • Indoor fun park (occupying 40% of the complex area) including an arcade game center, virtual reality, multi-dimensional movie theaters, and multi-purpose playgrounds
  • Roller coaster with a height of 93 meters
  • A separate parking garage with a capacity of more than 1,000 cars which occupies 5% of the fun park area
  • Commercial spaces for supermarkets, fast food restaurants, etc.
  • Administrative and security departments
  • Two construction phases with each phase lasting two years


Benefits of Investment

  • The layout plan of Iland was produced by the German UVI Co. (Unique Vision International), the designer of Paris Disneyland
  • Enjoyment from tax exemptions, customs duties exemptions, and facilities of special economic zones
  • Access to a population center of more than 17 million people as the project is located at the border of four major provinces of Iran, including Tehran, Markazi, Qom, and Qazvin
  • Proximity to other recreational, sports, and shopping facilities and the resulting synergic effect of combined facilities
  • Inexpensiveness of land price compared to Tehran considering the existing infrastructure and permits and, thereby, lower investment required compared to zones inside the city
  • Benefiting from standard spaces for project implementation
  • The possibility to carry out the project in two phases (development phase)
  • No bureaucratic procedures required for obtaining licenses and permits due to the authority and directorial privileges granted to Iland City

Year of operation: 2021 


Infrastructure status