Discover Dubai Frame: The World's Largest Picture Frame

Standing tall at 152 meters, the Dubai Frame offers a glimpse into the city’s rich history, promising future, and a bird's-eye view as you ascend to the Sky Deck. Find out everything you need to know about Dubai Frame with us!

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Towering as the world's largest frame-shaped building, Dubai Frame stands tall at a height of 150 meters!

Dubai Frame offers a beautiful 360-degree view of old and new Dubai, allowing visitors to witness the city's contrast.

The Frame's elevator has a glass-bottom feature, giving visitors a thrilling experience as they ascend to the observation deck.

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Dubai Frame Tickets with Optional Meal Voucher
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AED 48
Combo (Save 10%): Burj Khalifa at the Top + Dubai Frame Tickets
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AED 207.80
Combo (Save 33%): Dubai Frame Tickets + Dubai Aquarium & Underwater Zoo Tickets
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About Dubai Frame

Dubai Frame: A Symbolic Landmark

Dubai continues to push boundaries making the impossible possible, and this picture frame is no exception. Located in Zabeel Park, the Dubai Frame building is positioned in such a manner that you will get to witness the various chapters of the city from all angles. On one side, you will see the new Dubai, with its tremendous growth through the towering skyscrapers. On the other side, you will see the old Dubai overlooking Deira, taking visitors back to where it all began. The frame symbolically bridges the gap between these two chapters. It also shows viewers the future of the UAE through a dedicated exhibition.

Dubai Frame: Behind the Scenes

Go big or go home, this is the motto Dubai lives by, and the Dubai Frame is a representation of it! Although not as tall as the Burj Khalifa, this golden picture frame is nearly 500 feet (150 meters) tall — almost 200 feet taller than the Statue of Liberty! The attraction covers over 9,900 square meters, and almost 2,000 tons of solid steel was used to make what is the largest picture frame in the world today.

The laminated glass panels cover 2,900 square meters, and the exterior of the Dubai Frame shimmers from the golden cladding made of stainless steel paper, covering more than 15,000 square meters. The exterior design is covered in circles, representing the upcoming Expo 2020. The Frame consists of 48 floors, which can be covered in 75 seconds by taking the lift, where you get to experience the panoramic view that the city has to offer.

What to Expect

Step into the Future at the Dubai Frame

Towering over Dubai's Zabeel Park, the Dubai Frame is a unique architectural landmark that offers visitors a glimpse into the city's past, present, and future.

  • As you ascend to the Sky Deck, the city's iconic skyline unfolds in all its glory. From the Burj Khalifa to the Palm Jumeirah, the Dubai Frame offers a breathtaking 360-degree city view.
  • Step onto the glass bridge and experience the thrill of walking on air as you gaze at the bustling city below. The bridge is also a great spot to capture stunning skyline photos.
  • Descend to the Future Zone, where interactive exhibits showcase Dubai's vision for the future. Learn about the city's ambitious plans for sustainable development, artificial intelligence, and space exploration.

Dubai Frame View

The Dubai Frame is a unique architectural landmark that offers visitors a breathtaking 360-degree view of the city. From the Sky Deck, you can see both old and new Dubai, from the winding alleyways of the Al Fahidi Historical District to the towering skyscrapers of the Downtown district.

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Emirates Towers

Owned by the Prime Minister of UAE, Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, the Emirates Towers can be easily distinguished as you take in the high-rise buildings at a glance from the Frame. The two towers were built in 1999, making it among the first few buildings to be created as a stepping stone to modern Dubai, which was going to exponentially grow in the following years. One tower consists of 56 floors, while the other has 54. Both buildings cover 42 acres, comprising of gardens, lakes, waterfalls, and public seating areas. Its unique design is what sets it apart from its neighboring buildings.

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As you make your way to the other end of the frame, you’ll see what stands as old Dubai and the landmarks that continue to keep its past alive. Deira is one such area, bordered by the Persian Gulf, Sharjah, and Dubai Creek. Back in the day, Deira was the commercial center for trade and economic development. However, with time, its significance has reduced due to various reasons. Along Deira’s shore near the Dubai Creek, you will notice Port Saeed, which houses dhow cruises and small shipping boats, which continue to bring out the city’s richness and its history.

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Al Karama

Karama is a residential district of Dubai and is among the older parts of the city. Due to the low-rise buildings, you can easily recognize this area thanks to its tight grid system, which covers only  2 square kilometers. It is home to thousands of locals and immigrants, making it the most populous area in Dubai. Due to its location, Karama is one of the most accessible parts of the city, and thus a travel-friendly destination for all. It also stands out for having a wide range of transportation available right in the city center, creating maximum convenience for residents to reach any area of Dubai easily.

All Your Questions Answered About the Dubai Frame

What is the Dubai Frame?

The Dubai Frame is a unique architectural landmark that offers visitors a breathtaking 360-degree view of the city. It is located in Zabeel Park, one of Dubai's most popular tourist attractions.

What are the opening hours of the Dubai Frame?

The Dubai Frame is open daily from 9:00 AM to 9:00 PM.

Is it mandatory to book my tickets in advance?

It is highly recommended to book your tickets in advance, especially during weekends as this will help you skip the line, and head directly to the attraction.

How much do tickets to the Dubai Frame cost?

Headout offers General Admission Tickets starting from AED 50 for anyone above 12. Tickets for children between the ages of 3 and 12 are also discounted and are available for AED 25. If you are booking two or more adult tickets, you can opt for the Super Save Pack, where the Tickets are for AED 48.

What can I see from the Dubai Frame?

From the Dubai Frame, you can see both old and new Dubai. On the north side, you can see the winding alleyways of the Al Fahidi Historical District and the traditional souks. On the south side, you can see the towering skyscrapers of the Downtown district and the man-made islands of Palm Jumeirah and Deira Islands.

Can I bring food and drinks into the Dubai Frame?

No, food and drinks are not allowed inside the Dubai Frame.

Is the Dubai Frame accessible for people with disabilities?

Yes, the Dubai Frame is accessible for people with disabilities. There are ramps and elevators throughout the attraction.