Tickets for the Museum of the Future will open on February 22 is now available for purchase through the museum’s official Museum of the Future(MOTF) website.
The museum, home to several immersive future environments, is welcoming visitors for the first time ever in a place of inspiration, hope and knowledge.
Online bookings should be made before the preferred visiting time as each ticket holder will be allocated a specific timeslot during the museum’s opening hours (from 10am-6pm all week long).Open to all, the Museum of the Future will take visitors on an empowering and transformative journey of self-discovery.
Entry tickets to the Museum of the Future are available for AED145 ($39.5). Children under the age of three will be offered the child ticket free of charge and are welcome to explore the Future Heroes area. Complimentary tickets are also available for senior Emirati citizens above the age of 60, people of determination and one accompanying caregiver
Online bookings should be made before preferred visiting timeslots. A gateway to the year 2071, MOTF will become home to the future of humanity. Where a traditional museum showcases the past, MOTF will allow visitors to venture through space and time to the unknown future. They will be able to explore using their senses and will be inspired to imagine vast possibilities of the future.
In a single journey, visitors will immersively wander from a galactic experience, exhibiting the future of humanity in outer space, to the future wonders of ecology along with a more interpersonal and human experience through the future of wellness.
The visitor’s experience will only keep enhancing as MOTF collaborates with global brands and national institutions. Along with its partners, MOTF created a distinct area to allow for an unforgettable interaction with tomorrow’s top products and innovations in the world of tech, sustainability, transport, health and space.
Built as an open world experience for all, children, aged 3 to 10,are also welcome to explore the Future Heroes environment. The area is designed to encourage children to interact and forge building blocks for their own future. Rising 77-metres above the ground and comprising 1,024 unique stainless steel composite panels, the façade is adorned in Arabic calligraphy, displaying three quotes from poems written by Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Ruler of Dubai.