Museum of the Future tickets are allocated to specific time slots. To avoid disappointment, we strongly recommend our guests book in advance here. Tickets may be purchased onsite at our self service kiosks or from the ticketing desk in our lobby area, but please be aware that during peak times, tickets may not be available for preferred time slots or immediate entry.
For the best possible experience, our exhibitions are designed to be enjoyed in a specific sequence over a set time period. This requires us to manage entry times for all guests.
We accept all major international credit and debit cards, Apple Pay and Google Pay. All transactions will be made in the local currency (UAE Dirham). Any payments using international cards will be converted at the current exchange rate.
All ticket purchases will be sent via email. If you have not received your tickets, please ensure you check your junk or spam filters. If still not received, please contact our customer service team here.
You can make a single change to the date of your booking up to 24 hours before the ticket date. Ticket purchases are non-refundable.
If you miss your ticket entry time, we will work to accommodate you in the next available time slot. During peak hours availability may be limited. Please try and arrive early in all cases to avoid disappointment or inconvenience.
If there is a mistake with your booking, please contact our customer service team here.
Yes. The most up to date list of ticket categories is shown here.
You can book for up to 20 people online here. If you need to book for a larger group, please contact our sales team here.
Please contact our customer service representatives here for any changes to names on tickets.
You may enter the public areas of the museum at any time during opening hours. Ticketed exhibition re-entry is permitted only on the day the ticket is valid and is limited to certain exhibition floors. You must keep your issued wristband on at all times - removal of the wristband will prevent re-entry. Please speak with one of our representatives during your visit for the most up to date re-entry options.
Museum of the Future offers fixed, seasonal and promotion discounts for specific discount partners and affiliates. Any current and applicable promotional offers or discounts can be found here.
There is no minimum age for entry to Museum of the Future. Please click here for the most up to date entry categories.
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Travel & Parking
The Museum of the Future is directly adjacent to Jumeirah Emirates Towers in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. Our exact location can be found here.
We recommend you use Dubai Metro for the best access (Emirates Towers Station, Red Line). You can also use the Dubai Bus Service network and plan your journey here or arrive by foot, bicycle or electric scooter. You may also use your personal vehicle and park on-location (subject to availability) or use our valet parking service.
Emirates Towers Station shown here on the Dubai Metro Red Line. You can access Museum of the Future directly via covered walkway from this station.
Yes we have limited self-parking, subject to availability.
Car Parking for all visitors has a charge of 10 AED per hour. Note that our parking spaces are very limited and subject to availability. Valet parking is available.
Yes, along with dedicated electric vehicle parking bays.
Yes valet parking is available.
The Museum of the Future constantly updates its policies and procedures to adhere to local and national guidelines to keep all guests and staff as safe as possible at all times.
PCR tests or vaccination certificates are not required to access Museum of the Future at this time. This may be subject to change and we will notify you should this change prior to your visit.
There are male and female restrooms on each floor. All restrooms are accessible for People of Determination. Please follow signs or ask staff for directions on-site.
Yes, the Museum of the Future has separate prayer rooms for men and women located in the Lobby. Please follow signs or ask staff for directions on-site.
Guests may bring their own food to consume in the lobby and garden areas. Caregivers may bring snacks and drinks to the Future Heroes children's floor (Level 1), but not past the entry barrier. No food or drink is allowed in any other exhibitions for the safety of all guests.
Museum of the Future has five main exhibition floors (floors 1-5). Floor 7 is a dedicated event space, with an auditorium space on floor P3 (both available for hire - contact our events team here) and a ground floor lobby area.
Please click here to discover more about the current exhibitions.
Visits are self-guided on a fixed path, however we have allocated staff throughout the entire journey who will be happy to assist you with any questions or enquiries you may have.
Level 1 is a floor dedicated to children called 'Future Heroes'. Find out more here .
Museum of the Future exhibitions are constantly being reviewed and the experience enhanced. Exhibitions will be updated and replaced on rotation over time. If you have any specific questions about the latest exhibition updates, please contact our team here.
We will always adapt and evolve our exhibitions over time to inspire every person who walks through our doors to become engaged and active participants in creating a better future.
Museum of the Future is a place to experience what could be. Visitors are invited to explore immersive future environments designed to stimulate their senses and expand their minds. We aim to inspire every person who walks through our doors to become engaged and active participants in creating a better future.
Our opening hours can be found here. Last entry time for guests is one hour before closing.
You are welcome to stay as long as you wish during opening hours. The full exhibition experience takes 2-3 hours on average.
We ask guests to dress in a manner that is respectful of the local culture and is appropriate for a public space in the United Arab Emirates.
Yes. Photography and videography are allowed in Museum of the Future as long as the images are taken using existing light only (no flash) and are for personal, non-commercial use. Photography and videography are often restricted in special exhibition galleries, please approach our staff in case of doubt. Tripods and selfie sticks are not permitted for the safety of our other guests.
Yes we offer complimentary WIFI across all floors. Please ask staff onsite or follow instruction sign-boards to gain access.
The Museum of the Future takes the safety of our guests very seriously and has appropriate security measures in place.
Our customer service team is always on hand to assist. If you cannot find one of our team, please head to our customer service desk in the lobby. If you have already left our location, please contact us here. Please ensure you have your booking details on-hand and give us as much information as possible about the item/s and where they may have been left.
Any vacancies will be posted on our LinkedIn profile here. Please contact us here for any other enquiries.
Yes. All ticket categories and options for People of Determination can be found here.
Yes. We have wheelchair docks in our Lobby and if you require a wheelchair while at any of the exhibition floors please approach our staff on the floor for assistance. Our wheelchairs are subject to availability and free of charge.
Yes, all our facilities are accessible to wheelchair users.
Museum of the Future does not provide sign language interpreters, however all audio content is presented with subtitles in both Arabic and English.
Museum of the Future is multisensory and designed to accommodate for the widest audience possible. We do not at this time offer audio guides.
Museum of the Future was designed by Killa Design architects and engineered by Buro Happold engineering consultancy.
The Museum of the Future is 77 metres/225 feet tall and occupies an overall area capacity of 30,548 m2.
The Museum of the Future’s building exterior is engraved with inspirational quotes from H.H. Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE in the form of Arabic calligraphy.
“The future belongs to those who can imagine it, design it and execute it. It isn't something you await, but rather create.”
"المستقبل سيكون لمن يستطيع تخيله وتصميمه وتنفيذه. المستقبل لا ينتظر..المستقبل يمكن تصميمه وبناؤه اليوم."
“The secret to the renewal of life for corporations, to the evolution of civilizations, and to the development of humanity is simple: innovation.”
"سر تجدد الحياة وتطور الحضارة وتقدم البشرية هو في كلمة واحدة: الابتكار."
“We may not live for hundreds of years, but the products of our creativity can leave a legacy long after we are gone.”
"لن نعيش مئات السنين، ولكن يمكن أن نبدع شيئا يستمر مئات السنين."
Museum of the Future comprises three main elements. The green hill represents the earth, the torus shaped building represents humankind's ability to innovate and the void at the centre of the structure represents the unknown.
The Museum of the Future's facade is made out of stainless steel and consists of 1,024 pieces manufactured by a specialised robot assisted process; covering a total surface area of 17,600 square meters.
Yes, the Museum of the Future receives 4000 MWh/year of solar energy from the solar arrays mounted nearby.