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Is it for real? Watch a spaceship entering Dubai’s Museum of Future

A video shared on Instagram has left netizens scratching their heads



By Web Desk

Published: Fri 18 Feb 2022, 6:35 PM

Last updated: Sun 20 Feb 2022, 9:12 AM

A video shared on the Instagram handle, showing a highly-futuristic spaceship docking at Dubai's Museum of the Future has left netizens scratching their heads. The video gives a preview of the futuristic experiences awaiting the visitors once it opens on February 22, 2022.

The video shows spectators cheering as a spaceship arrives to the recently completed Museum of the Future. As the spaceship flies close to the architectural marvel, the top part of the edifice opens up to let it enter inside and dock. Watch video here:

Called 'the most beautiful building on earth', the 30,000-sqm architectural marvel promises an expansive, extrasensory, and surreal experience set in 2071.

The striking structure of the Museum, rising 77 metres above the ground, is an architectural marvel built using robotic technology and emphasising sustainability.

The building is powered by 4,000 megawatts of solar energy.

The pillarless structure is home to seven unique and distinct floors.

The Museum comprises an unparalleled window to experience the future in all its aspects and dimensions for its visitors.

Tickets are now available online at the Museum's official website: www.motf.ae. They start at Dh145 per person (aged 3+).

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Complimentary tickets are being offered to children, people of determination and Emirati seniors.

Parents are welcome to explore the Future Heroes area with their little ones.


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