Dubai’s Theatre of Digital Art (ToDA) is a multi-sensory, multimedia immersive exhibition that appeals to both kids and adults.
Spread across 1,000 square meters, ToDA is one of the newest tourist attractions in Dubai.
Its walls and floors are covered with large HD screens, giving guests a 3D view of the displays.
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What to expect at Theatre of Digital Art
This impressive art space has large HD screen projection all over the walls and ceiling with a quality surround sound.
360-degrees projection of images on all surfaces creates a unique exhibition space that makes the viewers feel like a part of immersive artworks.
The inaugural exhibition showcases the works of nine celebrated artists, including masters such as Claude Monet, Vincent Van Gogh, Paul Cézanne, Wassily Kandinsky, etc.
There are several sections to explore – traditional and classical art exhibitions, a contemporary digital art zone, hands-on exhibits for children, and a virtual reality area.
Theatre of Digital Art’s tickets
This Theatre of Digital Art ticket lets you access all the exhibits, including the Draw Alive experience and Dreams Exhibition.
When you book these Skip The Line ToDA 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.
Note: The Dreams exhibition is only available from Wednesday to Sunday.
Cost of tickets
Adult ticket (13+ years): AED 98
Child ticket (3 to 12 years): AED 48
Theatre of Digital Art for kids
The Interactive Room at ToDA, Dubai, offers children an exceptional immersive art experience.
The space is meant to give activities that immerse children of all ages in the realms of imagination and art.
They can use the medium to learn about new scientific concepts or look for secret passageways.
How to reach ToDA
Theatre of Digital Art is located at Souk Madinat Jumeirah. Get Directions
If you prefer the Metro, hop on to the Red line M1 metro, and get down at Dubai Internet Metro Station.
From the station, you must take a cab to the attraction.
You can also take the monorail to Knowledge Village Tram Station, which is around ten minutes by walk from the digital art experience.
If you prefer the bus, board bus number 8, 81, 88, N55, and get down at Burj Al Arab Hotel 2 bus stop.
Once you get down, it is a 7-minute walk to ToDA.
Theatre of Digital Art Dubai is open from 12 pm to 11 pm all through the week.
The last admission is one hour before closing.
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