Stories of Nations are new attractions at Expo City Dubai.
PHOTO BY EXPO CITY DUBAI
Expo City Dubai unveiled three new attractions to the world’s greatest fair on Wednesday (February 1).
The attractions, called Stories of Nations, are pavilions located across three districts in Expo City Dubai: Opportunity, Mobility and Sustainability.
Stories of Nations features digital exhibits and memorabilia from 200 nations and organisations that took part in the six-month Expo 2020.
عيشوا ذكريات إكسبو 2020 دبي مرة أخرى!
افتتح معالي الشيخ نهيان مبارك آل نهيان، وزير التسامح والتعايش والمفوض العام لإكسبو 2020 دبي ومعالي ريم بنت إبراهيم الهاشمي وزيرة دولة لشؤون التعاون الدولي الرئيس التنفيذي لسلطة مدينة إكسبو دبي، أجنحة “قصص أمم” في مدينة إكسبو دبي، pic.twitter.com/hjNbRCqSlC
— ExpoCityDubai (@ExpoCityDubai) February 1, 2023
Entry to Stories of Nations is included in Expo City Dubai’s Dh120 one-day ticket entry to see all existing pavilions, but they can also purchase a Dh50 ticket just for the three new attractions.
The pavilions are open daily from 10am until 6pm. Entrance to the Expo City Dubai is free, but visitors will need a ticket to see the pavilions and exhibits. Children under the age of 12 and people of determination can enter free of charge. ICA/Expat Media
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