Plan Your Visit to the Museum of the Future
The City of Gold has long fascinated travelers. Home to a melting pot of cultural experiences and attractions like the world’s tallest skyscraper, man-made palm-shaped islands, desert safaris, and dhow cruises, there’s an endless roster of things to do in Dubai. The latest feather in its already-crowded cap is the futuristic Museum of the Future, said to be a ground-breaking platform for innovation, exploration and learning. If you’re planning a visit, here’s everything you need to know.
Plan Your Visit
Yes, the metro is the best way to get to the Museum of the Future. The Emirates Towers metro stop is the closest; from here, you can reach the museum via a 5-minute walk.
Yes, parking is available. However, to encourage sustainability and reduce carbon footprint, limited parking slots are available for the public and they are instead encouraged to use public transportation.
Opening hours are not available right now. As soon as the Museum of the Future opens its doors to the public, this section will be updated with the timings.
No, it is not open to the public yet.
Not yet. As soon as the Museum of the Future opens, ticket information will be available online accordingly.
It is located at Sheikh Zayed Road and the best way to get here is by taking the metro to Emirates Towers station. From here you can walk for 5 minutes to the museum.