Tourist Attractions

Dubai Frame: A Unique Tourist Attraction

One of the best must-visit places in Dubai

Overview of the Dubai Frame

The Dubai Frame is 150 meters high and 93 meters wide, and it is made of steel.

It took more than 9,900 cubic meters of reinforced concrete, 2,000 tons of steel, and 2,900 square meters of laminated glass to build. All of this was used.

Over 15,000 square meters of gold-colored stainless steel cover the Dubai Frame, a design that was inspired by the Expo 2020 Dubai emblem and completed in time for the Expo.

The rectangular shape of the Dubai Frame was also influenced by the “golden ratio” of 1.618, which many architects and artists feel creates the ultimate structural equilibrium in a building.

Visitors to the Sky Deck can go 48 stories up in 75 seconds via the elevator to the top of the building.

From the summit, you can enjoy panoramic views of both old and new Dubai.

What to Expect When Visiting the Dubai Frame

The Dubai Frame will make you feel as if you have entered a time machine when you visit it. The Frame transports you through three different time periods in the United Arab Emirates—the past, the present, and the future.

The Past-an old Dubai gallery, for example. Beginning on the mezzanine floor, you will be guided through a multimedia exhibition that will include 3D projections and special effects to present you with a multi-sensory experience of Old Dubai. You will be able to witness all of the components of Emirati customs and heritage, as well as how the city has transformed from a small fishing hamlet to one of the most affluent and metropolitan places on the planet.

Current Dubai: aerial views of the Old and New Dubai After you have completed your tour of Old Dubai, the express elevator will take you to the Sky Deck, which portrays present-day Dubai. The ride will take only 47 seconds and will take you to the Sky Deck in only 47 seconds. Here, you will be able to enjoy a 360-degree unobstructed view of both Old Dubai and the surrounding area, including all of Old Dubai. You will also get to see the side of New Dubai that offers panoramic views of the tall towers of Downtown Dubai, as well as the full skyline of the entire city. You will also get the opportunity to walk on the world-famous transparent glass floor.

The Future Dubai Gallery is an exhibition space dedicated to the future of Dubai. After you have finished your tour of the Sky deck, you will be transported back to the mezzanine floor, where you will be guided through a tunnel that combines special lighting and sound effects to give you a glimpse of what Dubai will look like in 50 years. With the use of brilliant and vibrant colors, you will feel as if you are in a real time vortex, traveling through time to the future city of Dubai.

General Information

Hours of Operation: The Frame is open from 9:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. every day of the week. It is open every day of the year, including weekends and holidays, and is free to enter.

The best time to see The Frame is during the daytime, when you will be able to appreciate the magnificence of the city. If you are visiting during the evening hours, try to arrive before sunset so that you may take in the stunning sunset views from the 360-degree viewing platform.

If you intend to visit the park as well, it is recommended that you double-check the Zabeel Park opening and closing times since they may change from those in the frame. The hours of operation at Zabeel Park are normally from 8 a.m. to 11 p.m.

Please keep in mind that the hours of operation for Zabeel Park and Dubai Frame may vary during Ramadan.

Location of Dubai Frame

Zabeel Park’s frame may be found at Gate 4 of the park. If you are traveling by automobile, there is parking available at Zabeel Park for those who will be arriving there. To reach Zabeel Park via metro, simply exit at the Al Jafiliya Metro Station on the Red Line and stroll towards the park. Due to the fact that the Frame is located in one of Dubai’s most popular parks, taking a taxi is also a viable option.

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