Dubai Frame is UAE’s newest cultural landmark and offers panoramic views across the city and a unique glimpse into Dubai’s past, present, and even future.
Dubai Frame is also known as Berwaz Dubai and consists of two towers measuring 150 meters (492 feet) in height and connected by the 93-meter (305 feet) long bridge at the top.
With views of ‘Old Dubai’ to the north and ‘New Dubai’ to the south, Dubai Frame helps you see present Dubai.
Because of its unique architecture, Dubai Frame is also known by many other names – Frame Building Dubai, Dubai Photo Frame, Dubai Mirror, Dubai Golden Frame, etc.
This article shares everything you must know before booking your Dubai Frame tickets.
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What to expect at Dubai Frame
What to do at Dubai Frame
There is lots to do and experience at Dubai Frame. We list them below –
- See the spectacular view of the sunset from the top of the bridge
- Enjoy the panoramic lifts and the stunning views of Dubai
- Walk on the luminous glass walkway at Bridge
- Draw shapes on outstanding hierarchical interactive screens
- Recognize Dubai’s landmarks and tourist attractions
- Take selfies with the most beautiful features of Dubai
- Enjoy your coffee over 150 meters (490 feet) above ground
- Be entertained in front of the illuminated dancing musical fountain
Dubai Frame’s tickets
This ticket for Dubai Frame gives you access to all the museums and the observation deck at the attraction.
When you book these Skip The Line tickets online, they get emailed to you.
On the day of your visit, you can walk past the ticket counter line, show the ticket on your mobile at the entrance and walk in.
You can cancel this ticket up to 24 hours in advance to receive a full refund.
Children under the age of three are admitted for free.
Cost of tickets
Adult ticket (13+ years): AED 50
Child ticket ( 3 to 12 years): AED 30
Note: You can visit the ticketing counter on-site for a free ticket for disabled visitors + companion.
If you are in Dubai for a short period, we recommend a quick 1-day guided tour of the city with a visit to Dubai Frame at the end. Find Out More
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Combo tickets which include the Frame
Since Dubai Frame takes only 90 minutes to two hours to explore, most tourists combine it with another nearby attraction.
With Museum of Illusions
Museum of Illusions is just 5 km (3 miles) from Dubai Frame, so both tickets get bought often.
At the Museum of Illusions Dubai, seeing is believing!
It is a unique world of visual and sensual illusions.
One could argue that it is part magic, part mind games, but it’s a mind-blowing pleasure for the whole family in either case.
With Lost Chambers Aquarium
At the Lost Chambers Aquarium in Dubai, you will discover the lost city of Atlantis, explore 21 unique marine exhibits, and see 65,000 marine animals.
The Lost Chambers Aquarium is part of the Atlantis hotel and is the largest aquarium in the Middle East and Africa.
The aquarium is 30 km (19 miles) from Dubai Frame, and it takes around 40 minutes to reach by taxi.
With Burj Khalifa
The Burj Khalifa is a world-famous architectural marvel that rises over the Dubai desert.
The city of Dubai takes a new meaning when you see it from the 124th and 125th observation decks of Burj Khalifa.
One of the reasons this combo is popular is the short distance of 7 km (4 miles) between the two attractions.
How long does Dubai Frame take?
Most users explore Dubai Frame in about 90 minutes.
However, since the ticket is valid for the whole day, you can stay for as long as you want.
How to reach Frame Building
Dubai Frame is located in Zabeel Park Gate 4 in Dubai. Get Directions
Sheikh Rashid Road borders the attraction on the north, Sheikh Khalifa Bin Zayed Road to the north-west, and Sheikh Zayed Road to the south.
Al Jafiliya Metro Station is the closest Metro near Zabeel Park.
Dubai Golden Frame’s timings
Dubai Frame opens at 9 am and closes at 9 pm all through the week, including public holidays.
The visiting hours may vary during the month of Ramadan, holidays, and public holidays.
The last entry is an hour before closure.
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