Expo City is now open to the public from September 1

Expo City is now open to the public

The vice president, president, prime minister of the United Arab Emirates and the Ruler of Dubai, His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid AL Maktoum announced that the site will reopen as a tech-enabled city of the future in June. Although the Expo 2020 legacy site will fully open on October 1, the visitors can start experiencing it from September 1.

The two pavilions, Terra and Mobility will open for the Public to visit before the full relaunch in a phased launch. Each ticket would cost Dh50 per person for visiting each pavilion. You can also hire a taxi or bring your car to visit the site. The sustainability and Mobility Pavilion was opened for the public to visit on September 1. You need to pay Dh30 for a Garden in the Sky ride and Entry into each pavilion will cost around Dh50 per person. Children below the age of 12 and people who are of determination do not need tickets to enter the pavilion. Also, children under the age group of 5 and people of determination can ride the garden in the sky for free.

Other Attractions like the Carousel, Children’s playground, Vision Pavilion, Women’s Pavilion, Surreal Water feature and Al Wasl Plaza will open in October. The opportunity Pavilion will be turned into the Expo 2020 Dubai Museum later in the year. You can visit the Garden in the Sky from 3 pm to 6 pm and Alif and Terr from 10 pm to 6 pm. During this time, you can go and visit Expo City with your friends and family.

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As per the organizers of Expo City, Expo City is a part of the public realm and it is free for the public. Visitors can visit the expo city and can also escooters, eBikes, expo explorers or buggies. In a statement, it is said that “Expo City Dubai is looking forward to the return of UAE students, with the Expo School Programme preparing immersive educational experiences, exhibits and interactive workshops. The exhibition site will transform into a smart destination for businesses, driven by sustainability, education, innovation and entertainment.

Although some construction and work are still underway, much of Expo City Dubai will be open to the public and is free to visit. The opportunity Pavilion will become the Expo 2020 Dubai Museum which is showcasing the history and impact of the World Expos.

The organizers called it the first chapter of Expo City Dubai’s journey. The visitors can experience Expo City Dubai from September, the site will be fully open to the public from October 1. You can reach Expo city Dubai by hiring taxis and Dubai metros. The rotating observation tower and the Garden in the Sky will also reopen and you can get a 360-degree view of the Expo site from 55 metres above. You can also take your children who are aged below 12 for free.

The Expo City will welcome its visitors for experiencing its two pavilions from September 1, but later on, other attractions will reopen on October 1. Now you can visit the two pavilions of the Expo City Dubai. The pavilion tickets are available and you can purchase them at four box offices at Expo City Dubai. Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al Maktoum was appointed as the Chairman of the Expo City Dubai the last month and Reem AI Hashimy was appointed as the anointed CEO.

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