Usually charged at AED 50 per pavilion, this week you can visit the iconic site completely free of charge.
Keeping the spirit of Expo alive, this week they’re inviting visitors to view some of the pavilions completely free of charge. From the 19th, you can view Alif – The Mobility Pavilion, Terra – The Sustainability Pavilion, The Women’s and Vision Pavilions, as well as the three Stories of Nations pavilions.
In honour of International Museum Day, the pavilions will be open to all without entrance fees. There’s also a children’s education program and a treasure hunt for the little ones to join.
The Terra will also be screening climate-focused films in collaboration with the Environment Agency, Abu Dhabi, and they’ll host some exciting tours full of information, theatre workshops, and a ‘tinker table’ for learning while you play.
Meanwhile over at Alif, enquiring minds can build real robot hands in a Lego workshop where kids are shown all about sensors and the basic principles of engineering. This is suitable for kids and families alike, as are the arts and crafts at the Women’s and Vision Pavilions. Open on Friday 19th May from 10am-6pm, visit www.expocitydubai.com for more information.