Louvre Abu Dhabi To Allow Visitors A Free Entry To It’s Dome Area Once A Week

by Yogita Chainani
Louvre Abu Dhabi To Allow Visitors A Free Entry To It’s Dome Area Once A Week

Louvre museum in Abu Dhabi is known for its beautiful dome, which is the museum’s most striking feature. And if you have always appreciated the museum for its beauty, then we have something for you. Well, starting this week, you will get free access to the dome area every Wednesday evening. Yep, that’s correct! You can now visit the Louvre museum’s dome for free once a week. Read on to know more.

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You Can Now Visit Louvre Abu Dhabi’s Dome Area For Free Every Wednesday Evening

Every Wednesday, from 6 30 to 9 PM, the outdoor plaza underneath the dome will be open for free with no reservations or tickets needed. The free area houses a few contemporary art pieces, including Jenny Holzer’s permanent installation of marble panels with Sumerian-Akkadian texts and Giuseppe Penone’s Germination- the Leaves of Light sculpture, a tree with reflective leaves. Now ain’t that super cool?


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The Museum Has Also Launched Yoga Under The Dome Last Month

Well, if you thought that’s it then, you must know that the entry also allows access to the Art Lounge, Fouquet’s brasserie and the museum boutique. However, if you aren’t interested in the arty stuff, then you must know that last month, the museum also launched yoga sessions under the dome, which takes place twice a week. 

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Priced at AED 90, the sessions aim to promote wellness and address mental health concerns spurred on during the pandemic. If you are looking forward to visiting the dome for free, or to consider joining yoga sessions under the dome, then visit louvreabudhabi. ae for more information on the same.