Two Dubai Expo 2020 pavilions to reopen on September 1; Here is all you need to know

The Vice President, Prime Minister of UAE, and Ruler of Dubai, His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum announced the Expo 2020 legacy site in June. The organizers called it Expo City Dubai journey’s first chapter on Monday. Visitors can start experiencing it from September 1, although the Expo 2020 legacy site will fully open on October 1.

Terra and Mobility, the two pavilions, will open for visiting before the full relaunch in a phased launch. Each ticket would cost Dh50 per person to visit each pavilion. You can visit the site by taking a taxi or bring your car and park it there.

How To Reach?

You can get to the site through taxis and Dubai metro. You can also drive and park at Sustainability, Mobility, Jubilee, or Al Forsan.

September 1 Pavilion Openings

The sustainability and Mobility pavilion will be opening for visitation from September 1.

What About Others?

The rotating observation tower, Garden in the Sky, will also reopen. You can get a 360-degree view of the Expo site from 55 meters above.

Cost of Tickets

You will have to pay Dh30 for a Garden in the Sky ride. Entry into each pavilion will cost Dh50 for one person. You can buy the tickets at four box offices available at the site or on the official Expo city website.

Do Children Need Tickets?

Children under 12 years and people of determination do not require tickets. Children under five and people of determination can ride the Garden in the Sky for free.


  • Garden in the Sky: 3-6 pm
  • Alif and Terra: 10-6 pm

When will other attractions open?

The carousel, children’s playgrounds, 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.

Will you need a ticket for Expo City Dubai?

According to Expo City organizers, the Expo City is a part of the public realm and will be free to visit and open. Visitors can walk or take eScooters, eBikes, Expo Explorer, or buggies as paid services.

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