How about a picture perfect vacation in the backdrop of stunning views of the Dubai Skyline in a magnificent frame? If this excites you, plan a visit to the Dubai Frame. The awe-inspiring landmark has also won the best leisure tourism project award at the MEED Projects Awards in association with Mashreq Bank.
Let’s start with the most important feature of the Dubai Frame which is the unique upper bridge, where the visitors’ walkway has been designed with smart glass panels to create a transparent floor. You will surely enjoy the sensation of walking on the air and a unique view of the area surrounding the elevator from the top. Absorb the gilded Dubai Frame, which consists of two 150-metre transparent glass towers that are connected by a 93-metre bridge at the top.
What to expect
Look out for the ‘Old Dubai Gallery’ museum, which is on the ground floor of Dubai Frame and takes visitors on a multi-sensory journey through the city’s historic past. It is recreated through a wonderful blend of 3D images, projections, mist and scent effects, and motions. Next, visitors are directed to the Sky Deck level, which is a visual treat. Also, the future of Dubai awaits visitors on the mezzanine level where they can witness the unbelievable transformation the city will undergo over the next 50 years, which is a highly engaging experience through virtual reality technology.
The Dubai Frame is open all around the year inclusive of weekends and public holidays. It is open from 9AM to 8:30PM.
Reduced price tickets
The tickets for children between the ages of 3 and 12 years of age are available at a reduced price. Also, entry for Emirati Senior Citizens above 60 years of age is free of charge. You will need to carry valid ID to avail the reduced fare.
How to get there
Head to the Al Jafiliya Station, which is the closest metro station to the Dubai Frame. It is a 10-minute walk to the attraction.