Open Time : 9:00 AM to 9:00 PM
Entry : paid
Address : Dubai Frame - Zabeel Park Jogging Track - Dubai - United Arab Emirates
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Why to visit Dubai Frame
With bright pictorial representations, one can be amazed at the metamorphosis that Dubai has undergone. Visitors can walk on the 93 metre long glass pathway and enjoy the city on either side of the Frame. This is the only location from which you can see everything this city has to offer. Dubai Frame features a museum that showcases Dubai's past and present. How a fishing and trade port city re-invested in a country known for its abundant oil and mineral resources to become a world-class affluent and developing city.
The structure is reminiscent of a beautiful and massive frame covered with golden elements in a honeycomb design that sparkles at night. The exterior of the Dubai frame, which was designed by award-winning architect Fernando Donis and was inspired by the logo of Expo 2020, which was held in Dubai, features honeycomb elements all over it. The authorities expect 2 million tourists every year to see this architectural wonder and, in particular, to walk across the bridge's crack-free, durable glass in the middle. The Dubai Frame project, which cost over AED 160 million, was built with 2000 tonnes of steel, 2900 metres of laminated glass, and 15000 square metres of gold cladding.
To get here by metro, take the Red Line to Al Jafiliya Metro Station and walk towards Gate 4 of Zabeel Park, also known as the Star Gate. Alternatively, if you're taking a taxi, enter Zabeel Park Gate One into your GPS to find public parking near Zabeel Park. Gate 4, also known as Star Gate, is a short distance away from here. In addition, The Dubai Frame costs AED 50 per adult to enter. The cost of a ticket for a youngster aged 3 to 12 years is AED 20. Disabled people are admitted free of charge, as are their two friends.
The best time to see Dubai Frame is either early in the morning or near dusk. The best times to visit this attraction are from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. and from 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. In addition, smoking is not permitted within the confines of the structure.
By Atharva Yeshwardhan
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