Garden In The Sky In Dubai’s Expo City Is Now Open For Visitors

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Garden In The Sky In Dubai’s Expo City Is Now Open For Visitors

Beginning Wednesday, September 1, two pavilions and a rotating observation deck will be exposed to the public once more. Prepare yourself to relive Expo City Dubai. The legacy venue will open its door to the public on October 1. This Thursday, people can start visiting the Mobility and Terra pavilions and the Garden in the Sky.

Expo Pavillions Now Open For Public

The observation deck is available from 3 pm to 6 pm, while the pavilions are open from 10 am to 6 pm. Garden in the Sky will open its doors to tourists on September 16 at 10 am. You can find all the information about the attractions here. A 55-meter-high flying garden will be the rotating deck. The air-conditioned lower view platform and tree-lined upper deck provide 360-degree panoramic views of the 4.38-sq km Expo grounds.


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Terra translates to ‘Planet Earth’, so the pavilion will be all about nature conservation. Visitors are invited to commit to bringing about positive change. Pledges can include giving up meat or choosing public transportation instead of driving.
The Arabic letter Alif, which serves as the pavilion’s name, represents the start of progress. Visitors finish their mobility adventure with the globe of options after commencing it at the very beginning.

Also Read: Many Experiences In Expo City Dubai Will Be Free Of Cost

Tickets Prices For Expo City Pavillions

The entry fee is around Dh50 per person for each pavilion. A ride around the Garden in the Sky costs Dh30. Children under the age of 12 are admitted free. Children under five are admitted free to the Garden in the Sky experience.

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