The attraction will comprise three theme parks - Bollywood Parks Dubai, Motiongate Dubai and Legoland Dubai, together with a Legoland water park.
Pre-purchased one-day single standard adult tickets will range from £49 to £68 and day tickets for multiple parks will range from £98 to £182.
Guests will have access to nearly 100 rides, attractions and shows on opening day at the destination, on Sheikh Zayed Road opposite the Palm Jebel Ali.
The gateway to the destination is Riverland Dubai, with more than 50 themed retail, dining, and entertainment experiences. There is also a Polynesian themed family hotel called Lapita.
Online ticket sales will go live shortly starting at £49 for access to the waterpark.
The One Day All Parks Hopper Pass costs £98 for adults and £88 for children. A Three Days All Parks Hopper Pass costs £178 for adults and £162 for children.
“For many of our guests, an annual pass will be the best way to maximize their fun all year long,” said Raed Kajoor Al Nuaimi, chief executive of Dubai Parks and Resorts.
Dubai Parks and Resorts will also feature a VIP ticket priced at £307 per day that will include a personal tour guide, discounts on food and beverages and fast-track entry to rides.