The buzziest Dubai attraction in the mean time is the Museum of the Future, which opened its doorways in February 2022. Designed by architect Shaun Killa, this eye-catching uneven steel-and-glass torus on Sheikh Zayed Highway is unmissable. From area missions to bioengineering, its seven flooring envisage how science and expertise will form the subsequent 50 years of mankind.
One other must-do is the Alserkal Avenue, a 5,00,000-sqft cultural area within the Al Quoz industrial space, the place former warehouses have been transformed into artwork galleries, homegrown entrepreneur-led inventive companies, cafes and eating places. Present exhibitions embody The Guernica Challenge by Raghava KK at Volte Artwork Tasks (till April 16), Jitish Kallat’s Order of Magnitude at Ishara Artwork Basis (till July 1), the boundary-pushing artwork & NFTs of Josh Rowell at Firetti Modern (till April 15), Iwan Maktabi’s UnMasked 2.0, a set of limited-edition crafted collectibles and carpets (till April 4), and others.