20 October 2020 – 10 April 2021
Food. Music. Tech. Culture. Creativity. And that’s just the start.
Discover Expo 2020 Dubai
Where creating a better world is in your hands
Your journey awaits
Expo 2020 Dubai will host the world for 173 days, each one brimming with new experiences. It’ll be a time to create, collaborate and innovate. And it’s going to be fun. We’re talking eye-catching, mind-bending, taste bud-tickling, grin-inducing, good-weird, did-that-really-just-happen fun. Come along, or spend a lifetime telling less interesting stories.
Every day at Expo 2020 Dubai will be a time to create memories, connect and be part of the future. It’s going to be fun. We’re talking eye-catching, mind-bending, taste bud-tickling, grin-inducing, jaw-dropping, did-that-really-just-happen fun.
You can also immerse in Expo’s sub-themes of Opportunity, Mobility and Sustainability.
The world in one place
Starting from 10am to 1am on weekdays and 2am on weekends, get a full day of non-stop excitement at the ME’s first ever Expo!
Your amazing day at Expo 2020 starts here
Discover epic country pavilions, sixty live shows a day, performances from world-famous artists, daily parades, future-shaping technologies, special celebrations including Diwali and Christmas, and more than 200 F&B outlets serving a world of cuisines – Tickets will be available to the public starting April 2020.
Standard Adult Price: AED 120
Why limit the fun to one day? With the 3-day ticket, you can enjoy even more fun at Expo 2020 Dubai.
More fun and excitement
Enjoy 3 days brimming with new experiences. Explore and be part of a cultural journey from over 192 Countries – Tickets will be available to the public starting April 2020. The 3-day tickets can be used any three days you want within 14 days from your first entry into Expo 2020.
Standard Adult Price: AED 260
Season pass and monthly pass
We know you are excited to know about the long term passes, so watch this space as we will be announcing them soon.
Add more value to your journey – coming soon
Tickets will be available to the public starting April 2020
Venture through our pavilions, enjoy immersive cultural experiences and discover what makes each participating nation unique.
Whether you’re a carefree wanderer or following a strict schedule, here’s what you’ll find.
The Expo 2020 Dubai Mascots
When you need to save the world, don’t get an adult to do a kid’s job.
With the fate of planet Earth hanging in the balance, it’s up to Rashid and Latifa to save the day. Under the watchful eye of Salama, the wise and powerful Ghaf tree, they must unlock the ancient secrets needed to secure a brighter future before it’s too late. But don’t worry, they’re not alone. With the help of the super robot guardians, Opti, Alif and Terra, they can take on any challenge as they embark on a journey through time and space at Expo 2020 Dubai.
Expo 2020 School Journeys
Explore four exciting bespoke educational journeys that are carefully tailored for all age groups.
DISCOVER FOUR BESPOKE JOURNEYS
Play your part in the future of humanity
Students will discover how to unlock opportunities and learn about new ideas that will inspire them to act. They may also get inspired by the Opportunity Pavilion where they will witness the real impact of their actions and see how they can become positive agents of change in their own communities as the experience will unveil how individual decisions can impact global causes.
Let us entertain you
There’ll always be something to get excited about, with a jam-packed programme of live performances including world-famous stars, comedy greats, local talents and touring attractions.
Cool cultural experiences to suit any taste
Digital theatre and dance routines, acrobats and poetry slams, fashion shows and roaming entertainers – enjoy cultural experiences from five continents that’ll excite your senses and touch your heart.
Would your child’s robot behave itself?
Expo 2020 seeks to encourage a spirit of curiosity, amazement and fun in younger visitors, whether they’re joining a make-your-own-robot workshop, learning about 3D-printed human organs or burning energy via exercise-gaming activities.
Prepare to broaden your horizons
Academics, inventors, artists, tech pioneers, out-of-the-box thinkers – Expo 2020 will be a haven for interesting and inquisitive personalities (those rare people that both you and your mother like). Think of it as a first-class workout for your brain.
Work up a sweat – real or virtual
Participate in mindfulness sessions, extreme sports and everything in between. You’ll be spoilt for choice – other fun ways to stay fit will include disability sports, and virtual and augmented reality activities.
It’s nighttime at Expo 2020. What happens now?
Don’t worry night owls, the fun doesn’t stop at sundown. Once evening arrives, pyrotechnics displays and concerts are among the entertainment to keep you enthralled into the early hours.
Expand your bottom line
Start-ups and international conglomerates alike can benefit from being a part of Expo 2020. With millions of visitors and 190 participating countries, the next World Expo is brimming with business possibilities.
Food. Glorious food
For the love of food
Sharing food and flavour has been a way for humans to connect across the centuries – and we’re not done.
Culinary experiences for everyone
THE FUTURE OF FOOD
Get a taste of robotics, augmented reality and virtual reality
See how technology will change how we prepare and order food.
Discover the creative merging of flavours and cuisines
Food connects people and cultures, and what better way to enjoy the company of others than by sharing delicious dishes and fresh experiences together?
Cuisines to suit every palate and budget
Old classics, new favourites, street bites and gourmet delights across more than 200 food and beverage outlets.
Startup concepts and local entrepreneurs
Emirati hospitality will be showcased, as will Dubai’s diverse and innovative food and beverage scene. Much-loved local restaurants and talented up-and-comers will be introduced to an international audience, while UAE-inspired cuisine and traditional dishes from the wider Arab world will be enjoyed in a food hall setting.