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Plan Your Visit to Dubai Frame: Timings, Location, Tickets, and More

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Dubai Frame: A Panoramic View of Old and New Dubai

The Dubai Frame is a unique and iconic landmark in Dubai, offering visitors stunning panoramic city views. The frame is 150 meters tall and 95 meters wide, with a glass walkway on the top that connects the two towers. From the walkway, visitors can enjoy breathtaking views of both Old Dubai and New Dubai.

Upon visiting the Dubai Frame, you can expect stunning city skyline views, including the Burj Khalifa, the Burj Al Arab, and the Dubai Creek. In addition to the sky deck, the Dubai Frame also features a museum and an interactive gallery.




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Dubai Frame | Visitor Info at a Glance

What are the Dubai Frame opening hours?

  • Sunday to Friday: 9:00 AM to 9:00 PM
  • Saturday and National Holidays: 9:00 AM to 9:00 PM

Where is Dubai Frame located?

  • Zabeel Park, Gate 4, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
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How many entrances does Dubai Frame have?

  • The Dubai Frame has two entrances: one on each side of the frame.

When did Dubai Frame open?

  • The Dubai Frame opened to the public on January 1, 2018.

What's the Best Time to Visit Dubai Frame?

The best time to visit the Dubai Frame depends on your personal preferences. If you want to avoid the crowds, visiting during the week or the low season (April to September) is best. If you are looking for the best views, visiting at sunset or night is best.

  • Weekday vs. Weekend:
    Weekday: 9:00 AM to 10:00 AM and 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM
    Weekend: 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM and 4:00 PM to 6:00 PM
  • Peak Season vs. Low Season:
    Peak Season (December to March): Avoid weekends and holidays.
    Low Season (April to September): Any time of day is good.

Where is Dubai Frame located?

The Dubai Frame is located in Zabeel Park, Gate 4, Dubai, United Arab Emirates.

Dubai Frame

By Bus: The following bus routes stop near the Dubai Frame:

  • Route 4: From Al Ghubaiba Bus Station to Al Fahidi Historical District
  • Route 6: From Al Ghubaiba Bus Station to Al Fahidi Historical District
  • Route 10A: From Deira City Centre Bus Station to Al Fahidi Historical District

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.

Other modes of transport: You can also get to the Dubai Frame by taxi or Uber.

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Facilities & Accessibility
Rules and Regulations
Visitor Tips
Nearby Attractions

The Dubai Frame is wheelchair accessible and has a number of facilities for visitors, including:

  • Toilets
  • Restaurants and cafes
  • Gift shop
  • Prayer room

The following rules and regulations apply to visitors to the Dubai Frame:

  • No food or drinks allowed on the Sky Deck
  • No smoking allowed on the Sky Deck
  • No pets allowed
  • No sharp objects allowed
  • Visitors must wear respectful clothing
  • Children under the age of 12 must be accompanied by an adult at all times
  • Book your tickets in advance, especially if you're visiting during peak season or on weekends.
  • Arrive early to avoid the crowds.
  • Wear comfortable shoes, as you will be doing a lot of walking.
  • Bring a hat and sunscreen, especially if you are visiting during the summer months.
  • Allow at least two hours for your visit.
  • Zabeel Park
  • Dubai Creek
  • Dubai Museum
  • Al Fahidi Historical District
  • Burj Khalifa

Things to Do Near Dubai Frame

Other than just visiting the Dubai Frame, you can combine it with and make a day out of the nearby attractions. Head over to Zabeel Park for an outdoor picnic, visit the Mozaiic Art Gallery, or spend some time playing with dolphins at Dubai Dolphinarium. Here are some other things to do near the Dubai Frame.

Burj Khalifa tickets
Dubai Aquarium Tickets
Dubai Fountain
Dubai garden glow

Frequently Asked Questions About Visiting Dubai Frame

Where is Dubai Frame located?

The Dubai Frame is located in Zabeel Park, which is a large public park in Dubai. The park is easily accessible by public transportation, including metro and bus.
By Bus: Take bus routes 10, 21, 30, 89, or X22 to the Zabeel Park Bus Stop.
By Metro: Take the Red Line to the Al Jafiliya Metro Station. The Dubai Frame is a 10-minute walk from the metro station.
By Car: Follow the signs for Zabeel Park. There is ample parking available at the park.

Where can I buy Dubai Frame tickets?

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.

Do I need to book Dubai Frame tickets in advance?

It is recommended to book your tickets in advance, especially if you are visiting during the peak season.

Can I get a refund on my Dubai Frame tickets?

Refunds are not available for Dubai Frame tickets.

What are the opening hours of the Dubai Frame?

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

What is the best time to visit the Dubai Frame?

The best time to visit the Dubai Frame is during the week or during the low season (April to September) to avoid the crowds. If you are looking for the best views, it is best to visit during the sunset or at night.

Is the Dubai Frame wheelchair accessible?

Yes, the Dubai Frame is fully wheelchair accessible.

What other attractions are located near Dubai Frame that I can visit on the same day?

Zabeel Park: This large public park is home to a variety of attractions, including a lake, a children's playground, and a skate park.
Dubai Museum: This museum tells the story of Dubai's history and culture from its humble beginnings as a fishing village to its present-day status as a global metropolis.
Al Fahidi Historical District: This historic district is home to a number of traditional Emirati buildings, including the Sheikh Saeed Al Maktoum House and the Al Fahidi Fort.
Dubai Creek: This saltwater creek divides Dubai into two parts: Deira and Bur Dubai. Visitors can take a traditional abra boat across the creek for a panoramic view of the city skyline.

Can I bring food or drinks inside the Dubai Frame?

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

Is there a dress code for visiting the Dubai Frame?

There is no specific dress code for visiting the Dubai Frame, but visitors are expected to dress respectfully.

Is there a place to store my luggage while I visit the Dubai Frame?

Yes, there is a luggage storage facility located at the ticket counter. The service is free for visitors.