Dubai's Expo City Set to Reopen on October 1st


If you missed Expo 2020, you still have the opportunity to see some of the most impressive attractions from the event! Dubai's Expo City is reopening to the public on October 1st and there are many amazing attractions waiting for visitors.

The Al Wasl Plaza, which served as the main stage for Expo, is one of many attractions set to re-open. This is where the opening and closing ceremonies were held, as well as performances by Coldplay and other world-renowned musicians.

The Woman Pavilion is another must-see attraction. This pavilion celebrates the accomplishments of women throughout history and tells the stories of inspiring women who are currently shaping our future.

This Vision Pavilion celebrates the insight, values, and leadership of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum. 

The now famous water feature also returns on October 1 to amaze visitors with its incredible descent on the towering walls. It still has not yet been announced if the popular Garden in the Sky, offering mesmerizing 360-degree views of Expo City is set to re-open.

If you can't wait until October, the popular pavilion Alif – The Mobility Pavilion is currently open, continuing its mission to spread the word about how mobility will transform our lives. Terra – The Sustainability Pavilion is also available to take you on an exploration of the impact human behavior is having on the environment. You'll take a journey through the forest’s roots and the ocean’s depths.

Expo City2020 has something for everyone, so be sure to check it out when you have the chance!

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