Enjoy admission to the Louvre, an art and civilization museum in Abu Dhabi. The one-of-a-kind universal museum in the Arabian Peninsula, the Louvre is so much more than a replica of Louvre Museum. The Louvre Abu Dhabi allowing visitors to explore diverse civilizations and world history through its extensive exhibits and establishes a rational route to discovery, knowledge and insight.
The $650 million museum features permanent installations that span for more than 65,000 square feet and boasts exhibits from four distinct periods, from archaeology and the birth of Islam to the classical and modern era. Apart from a dedicated section for kids, there is approximately 20000 square feet of space for temporary exhibitions as well.
The Louvre Abu Dhabi is a veritable feast to the eye and houses a massive collections of art and artefacts that bridge cultures and civilizations throughout history. Explore the building's jaw-dropping architecture and public spaces with this Louvre Abu Dhabi admission.
Daily except Monday
2 hours (approx.)
10am to 10pm
Louvre Abu Dhabi. Saadiyat Cultural District Abu Dhabi United Arab Emirates
Same as the start point
You are required to carry a printed copy of the E-Ticket which you will receive through email.
Strollers, lockers and wheelchairs are available on extra charge in the main hall.
Louvre Abu Dhabi is closed on Mondays. Last entry and purchase can be done 30 minutes prior to closing.
Voucher Information: You must print and surrender a paper version of your booking voucher for this activity (showing your voucher on a smartphone is not accepted). No refund can be given for customers without a printed copy of their voucher.
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