7 things to do in the UAE this weekend

7 things to do in the UAE this weekend

As the festive season begins, there are many fun things to do as the week comes to an end.

Al Marmoom Heritage Village

Immerse yourself in the vibrant culture of the UAE at the festival in Al Marmoom Heritage Village. Explore diverse activities, local arts, and crafts exhibitions, and shopping. Don't miss the thrilling camel races! It's free entry, happening from Wednesday, March 13 to Thursday, March 28, starting at 2 pm at Al Marmoom Heritage Village.

Movies at Roxy

Watch Oscar-nominated movies such as "Barbie," "Oppenheimer," "Killers of the Flower Moon," "Anatomy of a Fall," and "The Holdovers" at Roxy Cinemas in Dubai Hills Mall, City Walk, The Beach JBR, Al Khawaneej, and Boxpark. Tickets start at Dh40, and screenings are available until March 17.

Tea Bar at Arte Museum Dubai

Indulge in a one-of-a-kind experience at Arte Tea Bar, where you can sip on an iced date milkshake while enjoying mesmerizing media art. Admire the artwork "Plum Blossom," inspired by the crescent moon. Explore the Eternal Nature exhibition, featuring 14 immersive zones showcasing the beauty of nature. Admission for adults is Dh109, and the exhibit is open daily from 10 am to midnight until the end of Ramadan at Dubai Mall in Downtown Dubai.

Masha and The Bear

Join the fun-filled adventure with Masha and The Bear at the Coca-Cola Arena on March 16 and 17. This stage production, based on the beloved Russian animated comedy series, follows the adventures of a retired circus bear and a mischievous four-year-old girl named Masha. Join them on a train journey as they explore the world with Panda, Tiger, and Penguin. Tickets start at Dh125.

C1 Championship

Don't miss the excitement of the C1 Championship, the first camel racing competition led by female jockeys! Now in its third season, the event runs until March 16, 2024, at the Dubai Camel Race Track in Al Marmoom. Participants from around the world will compete in five races on the 1,200m flat course. Points will be awarded based on performance, and the jockey with the highest score will be crowned the winner. Entry is free, so come and enjoy the action on Dubai-Al Ain Road, Al Marmoom – Dubai.

Expo City

This Ramadan, Expo City Dubai transforms into a lively Emirati neighborhood, offering a souq, traditional activities, and entertainment. Visit from March 9 to April 8 for a cultural experience featuring performances, workshops, and iftar options. The entry fee is Dh20, with additional charges for activities. Children under enter for free.

Fireworks across the city

Join the Ramadan celebrations and witness dazzling fireworks at Al Seef, Dubai Festival City Mall, Bluewaters, and The Beach, JBR, every weekend throughout the month of Ramadan. Bring your family and friends along to enjoy the festivities! 🎆🌙 #RamadanInDubai #Fireworks #FamilyFun #Celebrations

News Source: Khaleej Times

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