The Dubai Frame is a unique architectural landmark that offers visitors a glimpse into Dubai's past, present, and future. Inside the Dubai Frame, visitors can embark on an immersive journey that tells the story of Dubai's transformation from a humble fishing village into the global metropolis it is today.
Here is a glimpse of what you can expect inside the Dubai Frame:
The Dubai Frame is easily accessible by public transportation, including metro and bus. You can also take a taxi or ride-sharing service to the Dubai Frame.
By Bus: The bus routes stop near the Dubai Frame are Route 4, Route 6 and Route 10A.
By Metro: The nearest metro station to the Dubai Frame is Al Jafiliya Station. The station is on the Green Line, directly connected to the Red Line. From Al Jafiliya Station, it is a short walk to the Dubai Frame.
By Car: To get to the Dubai Frame by car, take Sheikh Zayed Road and exit at Zabeel Park Interchange. From there, follow the signs to the Dubai Frame.
As the Dubai Frame stands as a landmark connecting two different facets of the city, one can learn about its past, present, and future — all under one roof. Here are some things to do and see inside Dubai Frame.
This interactive exhibit tells the story of Dubai's history and culture, from its humble beginnings to its present-day status as a global metropolis. Visitors can learn about the city's rich heritage through a variety of multimedia displays, including video presentations, interactive exhibits, and historical artifacts.
This gallery features a variety of photographs and artifacts that showcase Dubai's past, present, and future. Visitors can see images of Dubai from different eras, as well as models and blueprints of the city's most iconic landmarks.
This 150-meter-tall observation deck offers panoramic views of Dubai's old and new districts. Visitors can see all of Dubai's most famous landmarks, including the Burj Khalifa, the Dubai Mall, and the Palm Jumeirah.
The Glass Bridge is a 93-meter-long glass-floored bridge that connects the two towers of the Dubai Frame. Visitors can walk across the bridge for stunning views of the city below.
This gallery features a variety of interactive exhibits and experiences that showcase Dubai's ambitious plans for the future. Visitors can learn about the city's vision to become a sustainable and smart city, as well as its plans for future development.
This virtual reality experience allows visitors to explore a futuristic version of Dubai. Visitors can see what the city might look like in the future, including its new transportation systems, skyscrapers, and other developments.
The Dubai Frame cafe offers a variety of light meals and snacks, as well as stunning views of Zabeel Park and the Dubai Frame itself. Visitors can enjoy a coffee or tea while taking in the sights, or they can grab a bite to eat before or after their visit to the Dubai Frame.
The price of admission includes entry to all of the exhibits and attractions inside the Dubai Frame, including the Sky Deck and the Glass Bridge.
The Dubai Frame features a variety of exhibits and attractions, including- The Dubai Story, The Dubai Frame Gallery, The Sky Deck, The Glass Bridge, The Future Dubai Gallery and The Virtual Reality Experience.
It is recommended to book your tickets in advance, especially if you're visiting during the peak season.
You can book Online through Headout, where tickets for anyone above 12 cost AED 50, whereas children between 3 and 12 have to pay only AED 25. If you are visiting the Dubai Frame in a big group, you can opt for the Super Save Packs, which offer even more discounts on your tickets.
The best times to visit the Dubai Frame are during the week or during the low season (April to September) to avoid the crowds. If you're looking for the best views, it's best to visit during the sunset or at night.
Yes, there are restrooms located on the ground floor and the Sky Deck of the Dubai Frame.
There is no specific dress code for visiting the Dubai Frame, but visitors are expected to dress respectfully.
Yes, the Dubai Frame is fully wheelchair accessible.