The iconic structure now has a dedicated website and app…
Almost 10 years in the making, Dubai Frame finally opened to the public in January of this year.
The iconic structure towers high above Zabeel Park, framing the Dubai skyline in decidedly epic fashion.
Up until now, however, if you wanted to visit the 150-metre-high building you’d have to head down in person to book a ticket (and hope that they hadn’t sold out for the day by the time you got there).
That’s all changed, with the introduction of a dedicated Dubai Frame website and app that visitors can now use to book tickets online to the attraction at their own convenience.
Other than the booking facility, the website also includes interesting information about the building as well as opening hours to help you better plan your visit. Tickets cost Dhs50 for adults and Dhs20 for children, while seniors and children under 3 can get in for free.
At the official launching ceremony earlier today, it was revealed that over 466,000 people have visited Dubai Frame since it opened on January 1.
Want to learn more about Dubai Frame? Check out our detailed visitor’s guide here.