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Dubai Frame

Dubai Frame

Dubai Frame – Admission Price, Tickets, Opening Hours, Waiting Time, and Additional Tips

The Dubai Frame is an architectural landmark and a tourist attraction in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. It was inaugurated in 2018 and is made up of a frame in the shape of a giant rectangle, which is 150 meters high and 93 meters wide. The frame is connected by two towers, each 93 meters high, with a bridge in the middle.

The Dubai Frame offers a stunning panoramic view of the city of Dubai and can accommodate up to 2000 visitors per day. Inside the frame, there is an interactive museum depicting the history and development of Dubai. Visitors can also experience a multimedia show about the future of Dubai and enjoy a spectacular view of the city from an observation deck.

The Dubai Frame symbolizes the modern architecture and progress of Dubai and has become one of the city's most popular tourist attractions.

How do I get to the Dubai Frame?

The Dubai Frame with its viewing bridge is located within the large Zabeel Park (Gate / Entrance 4). You can reach it by taxi, metro, or bus. If you want to take the metro to the Dubai Frame, you need to get off at the "Al Jafiliya" station and walk the rest of the way. Your path then leads you directly through the Zabeel Park with its various attractions. If you travel by bus line F09, you can go directly to the "Dubai Frame" bus stop and stand right in front of the high-rise.

Metro MRed Al Jafiliya Metro Station
Bus F09 Dubai Frame
Sightseeing Tour BigBusTours Zabeel Park / Dubai Frame


What are the opening hours of the Dubai Frame?

You can visit the Dubai Frame throughout the year, it is open daily for visitors. Admission is from 09:00 AM to 09:00 PM.

DayOpening Hours
Monday 09:00 AM - 09:00 PM
Tuesday 09:00 AM - 09:00 PM
Wednesday 09:00 AM - 09:00 PM
Thursday 09:00 AM - 09:00 PM
Friday 09:00 AM - 09:00 PM
Saturday 09:00 AM - 09:00 PM
Sunday 09:00 AM - 09:00 PM

What are the ticket prices for Dubai Frame?

For Dubai's standards, you can visit the viewing platform and exhibitions at a very affordable price. Adults from 13 years of age pay 52.50 AED (≈ 1200 INR) at the local ticket counters. Children aged 3 to 12 pay only 21 AED (≈ 480 INR). Infants under 3 years get free admission. It's also worth noting that prices during prime time, such as sunset, do not differ from other times.

Adults (13 years and above) 52.50 AED
Children (3 - 12 years) 21 AED
Infants (<3 years) Free

Where can I purchase tickets for Dubai Frame?

Admission tickets can be purchased directly on-site at the Dubai Frame ticket counters or online. It's easiest to buy the tickets online, allowing you direct access to the Dubai Frame (Skip the Line) without having to queue at the ticket counters. This can be particularly advantageous during the summer months, as no one wants to stand in the sun and wait to purchase a ticket at over 40 degrees Celsius.

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Also located in Zabeel Park is the Dubai Glow Park. With a combo ticket for Dubai Frame and Dubai Glow Park, you can enjoy both attractions and save a few AED on admission fees.



What are the waiting times at Dubai Frame?

It cannot be answered in a blanket manner. If you already have a ticket, the waiting times are generally quite short. There may be minor waiting times at the elevators going up. On the other hand, the waiting times at the ticket kiosks can be significantly longer, especially on weekends, during holidays, and just before sunset in Dubai. With temperatures sometimes exceeding 45 degrees Celsius in the sun, every minute less spent waiting is a relief.

What to expect inside and on top of the Dubai Frame

In addition to the panoramic view of old and new Dubai, you have the opportunity to learn about Dubai through interactive exhibitions. The exhibitions show you the history of Dubai from its beginnings as a small fishing village to the planned future of the metropolis.

Dubai Frame
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Is it worth visiting the observation deck and the exhibitions?

Anyone interested in the history of Dubai should definitely visit the Dubai Frame. You'll get a wealth of information. In addition, the bridge on top of the building offers a great view of the city, especially recommended during sunset.