Tomorrow, September 1, when two pavilions and a rotating observation deck reopen to the public, you can relive your experiences of Expo 2020 Dubai. Expo City Dubai, the legacy venue, will open to the public on October 1st, although people can begin visiting the Mobility and Terra pavilions and the Garden in the Sky as of this Thursday.
The city is the legacy site of Expo 2020 Dubai, which was announced by His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice-President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, in June. It recreates the magic, energy, and excitement of the event with a number of marquee pavilions, entertainment options, and technological advancements.
How can you reach the city?
Both taxis and the Dubai Metro may take you there. Parking is accessible at Al Forsan, Jubilee, Mobility, and Sustainability, so you may also drive down.
On September 1st, which pavilions are reopening?
Recall the nine-meter-tall historical giants from Terra, the sustainability pavilion, and the immersive ocean and forest tours from Alif, the mobility pavilion? Once they begin to receive visitors on September 1st, you can relive those experiences.
What is the price of the tickets?
The price of admission is Dh50 per person for each pavilion, while a ride around the Garden in the Sky costs Dh30. Children under the age of 12 are admitted free, while children under the age of five are admitted free to the Garden in the Sky experience.
Will entrance to Expo City Dubai require a ticket?
No. It will be open and free to enter “most of Expo City Dubai’s public space,” according to the organisers. While buggies, the Expo Explorer, eScooters, and eBikes are all offered as paid services, visitors can also choose to walk.
What timeframes are there?
Timings is 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. for Alif and Terra. Garden in the Sky is open from 3 to 6 p.m. Starting on September 16, this will be extended to 10 am to 6 pm.
The Sky Garden
A 55-meter-high flying garden serves as the rotating viewing platform. The air-conditioned lower deck and tree-lined upper deck provide 360-degree panoramic views of the 4.38-sqkm Expo grounds. It was one of the greatest attractions throughout the six-month Expo, with long lines of eager people waiting to experience it.
The Mobility Pavilion, Alif
The pavilion’s nine-meter-tall, photo-realistic statues from the Golden Age of Arab civilization, featuring renowned explorer Ibn Battuta and historical navigator Ahmad Ibn Majid, are its main attractions. You will be astounded by their enormous size and astounded by the inventions they made that fueled global travel over the ages.
When will the water feature and Al Wasl Plaza, two additional Expo attractions, debut?
In October, the Surreal water feature, the Women’s Pavilion, the Vision Pavilion, the carousel, and the Al Wasl Plaza will all open. Later this year, the Opportunity Pavilion will reopen as the Expo 2020 Dubai Museum.
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