Museum of the Future
Museum of the Future is not just another museum devoted to contemporary creativity, but much beyond that. Employing the latest in design, prototyping, and technological advancements, the museum - just as the name says - is solely developed to craft the real next-generation exhibits that will journey you 50 years into the future. It is where you get to discover the future of ever-dynamic science and innovation within its striking ring-like structure with a vast open center.
What To Expect?
Compelling Design Architecture
Museum of Future, at a height of 77 meters, is a true architectural marvel! Designed by the renowned architect - Shaun Killa, it features a strikingly oblong ring-shaped stainless steel exterior, with 1024 pieces created using the most advanced robot aided process. It is further enriched with the enlightening quotes of HH Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, which are engraved on it with the marvelous calligraphy of Mattar bin Lahej.
Step into a World of Trailblazing Creativity
Signifying the museum’s dynamic vision, the building has three sections where the green hill denotes the earth while the futuristic ring embodies humankind and its hollow portion depicts innovation. Moreover, with the majority of its interiors dedicated to groundbreaking inventions, you not only get to journey into future but also get the rare chance to feel, touch and reimagine the future in all possible ways, with its cool flying objects, capsule kind of elevators etc. There is also a viewing platform that promises an astonishing, detailed look at the museum’s architecture features.
Experience the Future of Nature, Space and Wellness
Sprawling over 30,000 square meters, each of the museum’s seven floors appears like a movie set from the cutting-edge future. They will transport you to the year 2071 and beyond. With everything from innovative space stations, stupefying DNA library and a futuristic spa to the most progressive in ecology, wellness, and spirituality, it lets you experience all that you have envisioned in a sci-fi magazine or movie.