Whether you’re a carefree wanderer or following a strict schedule, here’s what you’ll find
You’ll find groundbreaking architecture at every turn, from the world’s biggest 360-degree projection surface on Al Wasl Plaza’s steel dome to the all-natural materials that make the Opportunity Pavilion, including 2,500 tonnes of stone and 111 km of rope.
Taste dishes from every corner of the world at more than 200 food and beverage outlets. Street food, haute cuisine, family-friendly meals, sustainable dining and unique culinary journeys are just a handful of the options.
You’ve seen Expo 2020 from the ground, now it’s time to get a bird’s eye view from the top of the rotating observation tower. Don’t forget to gaze into the distance when the camera comes out for a brooding “lost in thought” Instagram shot.
Perhaps you’re an art aficionado, or maybe you don’t know a Jackson Pollock from two spilt paint cans. Either way, you can enjoy art installations from local and global talents across Expo 2020’s living canvas.
Arab-style vistas will sit throughout Expo 2020, including palm groves, jasmine trees, wadi figs and desert scenery. You can keep cool wandering under shaded canopies provided by the national tree of the UAE, the Ghaf tree.
Directly accessible from the Dubai Metro Route 2020 link, the Dubai Exhibition Centre combines a 17,000sqm conference complex, featuring multipurpose halls, an auditorium and other event spaces, with 28,000sqm of exhibition halls.
Expo 2020 has large-scale venues to suit every outdoor celebration, including Al Forsan Park (2,500 people), Al Wasl Plaza (more than 8,000 people) and Jubilee Park (15,000 people).