The most beautiful building on Earth is now open in Dubai, Let's plan our visit to the museum before we go.
How do I get there?
The website mentions 'The Museum of the Future' is directly adjacent to Jumeirah Emirates Towers in Dubai, United Arab Emirates' so they recommend getting there by the Metro on the Emirates Towers Metro Station on the Red Line
If you have planned to go by your car then the website states 'Parking is available on-location (subject to availability) or use the valet parking service' and yes, the parking is free for up to 3 hours.
They also have EV charging bays available.
Tickets Pricing and Timings
The museum is open daily from 23rd February 2022 from 10 am to 6 pm.
With the last entry one hour before closure.
Tickets are available for AED 145 for adults and children above 3 years.
Tickets are free for children below 3 years and people of determination.
Why are tickets time specific?
According to the website, for the best possible experience, the exhibitions are designed to be enjoyed in a specific sequence over a set time period.
'Museum of the Future tickets are allocated to specific time slots. Tickets may be purchased onsite at self service kiosks or from the ticketing desk in their lobby area' but tickets may not be available during peak times so they recommend to buy the tickets beforehand.
Do you need a PCR test for visiting?
'PCR tests or vaccination certificates are not required to access Museum of the Future at this time. The Museum of the Future constantly updates its policies and procedures to adhere to local and national guidelines to keep all guests and staff as safe as possible at all times' the website states.
How long will it take to tour the museum?
The full exhibition experience takes 2-3 hours on average, is stated on the website.
What about food?
You can bring your own food to consume in the lobby or garden areas but not past the entry.
'Parents can bring snacks and drinks to the Future Heroes children's floor (Level 1), but not past the entry barrier. No food or drink is allowed in any other exhibitions for the safety of all guests.'
News Source: Museum of the Future