Expo 2020 Dubai Museum to open on May 18, offers free entry for 2 days

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Visitors proudly show their Expo 2020 passports.

Missed the chance to get stamps on your Expo passport? You can soon make up for it when the Expo 2020 Dubai Museum opens on May 18 with free entry to the public for two days, Expo City Dubai announced on Wednesday (May 15).

The museum is dedicated to Dubai’s successful hosting of Expo 2020. Its opening coincides with International Museum Day.

Visitors will get free entry from May 18 to 19 and can also visit three Stories of Nations exhibitions for free. There is a 50 percent discount to enter other attractions in the area: Alif, Terra, the Women’s and Vision Pavilions, and Garden in the Sky.

From May 20 onwards, the entrance fee to the museum and the entire Expo City will be Dh120 as part of the one-day Attractions Pass. Tickets cost Dh50 for adults and children aged 12 and above who want to visit the Expo 2020 Museum and three Stories of the Nations exhibits. Children three years old or younger enter free.

The Expo 2020 Dubai Museum is a mixed media exhibit and interactive site that showcases all the innovations featured at Expo 2020.

There are guided tours every 30 minutes and visitors can also shop for Expo 2020 souvenirs, plus the chance to collect more country stamps in their Expo passports.

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