Tickets for the Museum of the Future
As soon as the museum opens its doors, you will find the popular tickets right here. You will also find out everything about opening hours, admission prices, and current lectures and exhibitions.
The Museum of the Future in detail
The Museum of the Future will open in Dubai at the end of 2020. However, there is not yet an exact date. As soon as the opening date is known, you will be informed by us.
As expected, Dubai once again exceeds all expectations of a museum. Because the futuristic museum is not like any conventional museum, it combines elements of immersive theatre, interaction, and exhibition with the latest technologies. Visitors can expect an interactive experience with many prototypes and great innovations from all over the world. Also, there are changing courses, workshops, and lectures alongside the exhibitions.
Thematically, you can expect future technology from different areas such as public services, health care, and climate change in the new museum. The museum focuses on the question, "How will technology change in the next 50 years? In particular, this question will be considered in relation to climate change.
The most complex building in the world
Dubai is known for its record-breaking buildings and attractions that never fail to surpass themselves. Whether it's the tallest building in the world, the giant Ferris wheel, or the most luxurious hotel - everything seems possible in Dubai. The world's most complex building will soon open its doors: The Museum of the Future. Never before has such a complex building been built in terms of the shape of its façade and superstructure. It is a masterpiece of planning, engineering, and construction that will set new standards. The building was designed by Killa Design and initiated by Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashed Al Maktoum - Ruler of Dubai. Describing the new project, Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashed Al Maktoum said: "The museum will be a hotbed of ideas, a driving force for innovation and a destination for inventors and entrepreneurs from around the world.
The building resembles an eye looking into the future and the form is due to Feng Shui. According to this doctrine, a round shape stands for the past, present, and future. Furthermore, it can also be equated to fertility and boundless imagination. Probably the most striking feature of the building is the Arabic calligraphy that decorates itself around the building. The calligraphic characters give quotations about the future of Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashed Al Maktoum. While they can be considered art and poetry, calligraphy also serves as functional windows.
Inside the Museum of the Future
In addition to science and technology, the museum also focuses on society. The main focus is on how culture will change by the latest technology and its support in everyday life. Therefore, cooperation between humans and robots plays a significant role in the exhibition.
A further topic the museum deals with is climate change. Among other things, the exhibition deals with the following questions: "Which technologies can to control a climate change?" and "What will life look like in the future in 35 or even 50 years?
Besides the permanent exhibitions, the museum also offers space for temporary exhibitions dealing with questions concerning the future of our planet.
Also, the Museum is much more than a museum: It offers a worldwide contact point for young talents, companies, and people interested in technology. In addition to professional exchange, participants will also find competent support for the implementation of forward-looking ideas.
The World Government Summit in Dubai
For many years now, Dubai has been organizing the worldwide summit, the World Government Summit. The central theme of this meeting is the futurism and technologies of the future. In the Museum of the Future, all these topics are made visible and tangible for visitors. With the new building, a new and innovative space was built to discover the topics of the future in a new way.
Every year, around 150 countries take part in this annual event.
Location & Approach
Arrival by Metro
The metro stops directly in front of the museum and runs daily around the clock. Stop: Emirates Towers
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