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Dubai Frame, Quranic Park opening hours revised

Staff Report/Dubai
Filed on July 1, 2020
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Municipality responds to public demand for entertainment.

The Dubai Municipality has issued revised timings for the Quranic Park and the Dubai Frame, which are in line with the public safety measures implemented at both locations.

In a tweet on Twitter, the Dubai Municipality said that the Quranic Park will be open from 08:00am to 10:00pm from Saturday to Thursday; and from 03:00pm to 10:00pm on Fridays. The Glass House and Cave of Miracles attractions within the park will be open on all days from 03:00pm to 09:00pm. Entry for the park is free, however visitors looking to explore the two attractions within the park have to pay an entrance fee of Dh5 per person.

Meanwhile, the Dubai Frame will be open from Saturday to Friday from 9:00am to 9:00pm. Infants under 3-years old are allowed free entry, while children between 3-12 years can avail a Dh20 ticket. People of determination, and two of their companions, are also allowed free entry, while tickets for adults are priced at Dh50.  

"In response to your need for safe entertainment, #DubaiMunicipality announces that the opening hours of Dubai's leisure facilities will be adjusted from Wednesday 01/07/2020 while continuing to adopt public safety measures," the Dubai Municipality said in its tweet this morning.


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