A visit to the world's biggest picture frame
Admire Dubai's mix of tradition and modernity on this half-day tour!
Visitors in Dubai can now visit the Dubai Frame which has reopened to the public post-COVID-19. Before you visit, please ensure that you have familiarized yourself with all the new safety rules in place.
Here’s what you need to know before your visit:
Opened in 2018, the Dubai Frame is one of the newest additions to Dubai’s glorious skyline. Built to resemble a giant picture frame, the Dubai Frame is a 150-meter tall architectural landmark in the city’s lush Zabeel Park and offers spectacular views of Dubai and the gulf beyond. The Dubai Frame is open to visitors every day and tickets are available online. With the Dubai Frame tickets, you will get priority access to the landmark and you can visit it during any time of the day.
The online priority access ticket allows you to visit Dubai Frame any time on the day of your visit. Take the elevator to the top floor of the building and admire stunning panoramic views of Dubai. The ticket also gets you access to all the galleries and museums dedicated to Dubai’s history that are housed in the building. Purchasing your ticket online before your visit not only helps you save time but also allows you to choose an entry slot according to your convenience.
Combo admission tickets are the perfect option if you wish to save money and go about sightseeing Dubai. With Dubai Frame combo tickets, you get admission to the monument as well as a guaranteed ticket to Dubai Garden Glow or a tour of the city. While Dubai Frame tickets cost AED 50 and a city tour would cost AED 75, a combo ticket for both Dubai Frame and a city tour will cost you AED 99 only.
Make the most of your visit to the Dubai Frame by being informed and prepared. Here's everything you need to know to plan your visit to the Dubai Frame:
Dubai Frame is open all year round. Opening hours are from 9:00 AM to 9:00 PM.
Last time of entry is 8:30 PM, 30 minutes prior to closing.
Dubai Frame is open every day of the year, including weekends and public holidays. Timings may vary during Ramadan however.
Dubai frame is located in Zabeel Park gate 4 at Dubai.
The closest metro station to Dubai Frame is the Al Jafiliya stop on the Red line. Dubai Frame and Zabeel Park are a couple minute’s walk from the metro station.
Bus F09 stops at the Dubai Frame bus stop, right next to the building.
Infants under the age of 3 get free access while children from the age of 3-12 are charged AED 20 for a ticket rather than AED 50 for those above the age of 12.
A counter at Gate 4 allows storage for large bags and strollers.
You can stay at Dubai Frame for as long as you.
Food, beverages, pets, sharp tools and smoking are not allowed inside the Dubai Frame precincts.
The Old Dubai Gallery is situated on the mezzanine floor of the Dubai Frame. The gallery is an interactive exhibit that highlights Dubai’s humble beginnings as a Bedouin fishing village.The ‘Past Dubai Gallery’ takes you on a multi-sensory journey that uses historic exhibits, audio-visual presentations, projections and specially fabricated scents and mists to bring the Dubai of yore alive. The museum tells the story of the city’s origin, detailing its evolution to the global microcosm it has grown to today.
Present Dubai is the stunning skyline of the city that you see from the Sky deck level. Glass walls on all sides offer uninterrupted views of Dubai, “Old Dubai” to the north, and “New Dubai” to the south. Your ride up to the Sky deck is an experience in itself because the glass panels allow you to watch the views unfurl as you make your way up. The level also boasts a state of the art 25 sqm glass bottomed sky deck. As long as you’re not acrophobic, you will savour walking on this platform that gives you the feeling of walking on thin air.
Once you make your way back down the other arm of Dubai Frame, the Future Dubai Gallery exhibit awaits you on the mezzanine level. The gallery takes you on a futuristic journey with stunning visuals projected on the insides of a vortex tunnel. The tunnel is enhanced with technology that uses augmented reality to paint a picture of Dubai in the future. The special audio and visual effects give you a feel of being encapsulated in a time machine that is speeding towards Dubai from 2050.
Q. Is it safe to visit the Dubai Frame post-COVID-19?
A. To ensure the safety of its visitors, the Dubai Frame accepts online reservations. Several safety measures and guidelines have also been enforced to ensure the safety of its visitors.
Q. What are the safety measures and guidelines in place at the Dubai Frame?
A. In light of COVID-19, multiple health and safety measures have been enforced. The Dubai Frame accepts online reservations as well. It is mandatory that visitors wear masks that cover their nose and face throughout their entire visit. Social distancing needs to maintained between visitors as well.
Q. Are Dubai Frame tickets available online now?
A. Yes. You can book your Dubai Frame tickets online as they now accept only digital reservations.
Q. What is the cancelation policy for Dubai Frame tickets?
A. It depends on the Dubai Frame ticket you choose to book. While some tickets offer a full refund on canceling tickets up to 48-72 hours in advance, for others there may be no refund available on cancelation. Please check before you make your reservation.
Q. What are Dubai Frame opening hours post-COVID-19?
A. Dubai Frame opening hours post-COVID-19 are 09:00 AM to 09:00 PM, every day of the week, all year round. Timings may vary during the month of Ramadan and on public holidays.
Q. What’s the cost of Dubai Frame tickets?
A. Dubai Frame tickets cost AED 50. You can use our special offer to get these tickets at a discount.
Q. How long are my Dubai Frame tickets valid for?
A. Once you buy your tickets, you can visit Dubai Frame any time in the next 6 months.