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Create magical memories at Louvre Abu Dhabi this summer!


Spend quality time with your family and friends at Louvre Abu Dhabi

Free for Under 18s, 60+ (for UAE Senior nationals and residents)



You can now visit Louvre Abu Dhabi’s world-class collection and enjoy our latest international exhibition!

Make sure to book your ticket online first. Tickets are free for 18 and under.

Tickets can now be purchased on Louvre Abu Dhabi’s website. Louvre Abu Dhabi is now pleased to now offer free admission tickets to visitors under the age of 18 and those over 60 as part of the museum’s mission to further engage younger audiences and families.

Visitors will once again be able to experience Louvre Abu Dhabi’s world-class collection and view the latest international exhibition, Furusiyya: The Art of Chivalry between East and West, extended to 18 October 2020.


Health and Safety Measures: Visit our mindful museum

The health and safety of our visitors and staff are of paramount importance to us. We are implementing comprehensive measures to ensure a safe and comfortable experience within the museum.

These measures include:

  • New opening hours: 10:00am – 6:30pm daily, closed on Monday. Last museum entry at 5:30pm
  • A limited number of visitors per hour to allow for social distancing
  • Tickets are only available to purchase via Louvre Abu Dhabi’s website and must be booked for a specific arrival time slot. Once at the museum, visitors may visit for up to 3 hours.
  • Thermal scanning of all visitors upon arrival
  • Masks and gloves are required for all visitors throughout their stay at the museum
  • Credit card or Smart payments only at all museum outlets, including food and beverage sites and the boutique

For the full list of the museum’s health and safety measures and more information on booking tickets visit: 


Digital Initiatives

Louvre Abu Dhabi will continue to connect with art lovers around the globe through its many digital programmes that offer free access to more content through virtual tours, video, audio, and downloadable activities.

We invite you to check the museum’s re-opening campaign through  Instagram and Youtube 

Experience our full moon tour and kayak under the stars

7:00 PM and 9:00 PM
AED 126 per person


Enjoy the museum from the stillness of the Arabian Sea. Take a tour on a kayak and learn all about Louvre Abu Dhabi’s architecture from a unique perspective during evenings, sunsets, and night as well!

New safety measures have been put in place for you to enjoy a safe and comfortable experience, click here for more details.

Children between the ages of 6 – 12 should be accompanied by parents or guardians. Please wear appropriate clothing. Changing rooms are available near the Kayaking Meeting point.

Book now by clicking here


*Dates and timings are subject to change. Please make sure to check the website before booking your session. In case of cancellation due to weather conditions, you will be notified by phone. 

Visit our galleries by booking your ticket online or explore them from the comfort of your own home!

The museum galleries tell a chronological history of human creativity that explores the shared ideas and issues that have defined our common humanity from pre-history to the present.

Featuring a global selection of around 600 masterpieces drawn from our growing permanent collection, our displays are also regularly updated with a rolling mix of roster world-class loans from our international partners, which means that there is always something new for visitors to discover.

If you would like to visit in person, tickets can be purchased on Louvre Abu Dhabi’s website offering free admission tickets to visitors under the age of 18 and those over 60 as part of the museum’s mission to further engage younger audiences and families.


If you would like to still visit the museum but from the comfort of your own home, please click here!

Highlights of the Collection: Lion Bracelet

This masterpiece of jewellery encapsulates the artistic synthesis that began in north-west Iran during the 8th century BCE, when craftsmen at the service of local rulers drew upon influences ranging from the Assyrian empire in the west to the kingdom of Urartu and the Scythian tribes in the north.

Discovered by chance by villagers in 1947, the bracelet is from an isolated tomb located above the village of Ziwiyé in the hills of Kurdistan. A wealthy person had been buried there at the very beginning of the 7th century BCE in a bronze sarcophagus, together with articles of finery in silver and gold, precious vessels and ceremonial articles.


Discover more of our collection by visiting our website, or by clicking here!

Children can join an Online Community Summer Challenges to keep them busy!

Every Sunday, starting 5 July to 23 August | Ages 6 – 12 and includes family activities

Looking for fun things to do? Up for a challenge? Calling on all young creative minds to join and explore everyday life through fascinating objects from the museum collection. Let’s open our hearts and minds to creativity and express how we feel as the world is changing around us.

Each week there will be a different theme with fun challenges and activities to complete. Share your creations with us and we’ll feature the winners on our social media channels!

Click here to register and to discover more about our Community Summer Challenge.

Dim the lights and travel thousands of years into the future

WE ARE NOT ALONE by Soundwalk Collective, a Science fiction Audio and Visual Experience Featuring 7 International Celebrities

Enjoy a 20-minute cinematic podcast entitled WE ARE NOT ALONE. Composed and produced by Soundwalk Collective, an experimental group of artists and musicians, this podcast invites audiences to discover Louvre Abu Dhabi’s unique architecture through a science-fiction narrative.

The podcast is accompanied by a short film that reimagines the museum as the backdrop to this poetic tale that takes place in a post-human galaxy thousands of years in the future.

The story is narrated in the voices of renowned international talents including Emirati singer Hussain Al Jassmi in Arabic, American actor Willem Dafoe in English, French actress and singer Charlotte Gainsbourg in French and English, Chinese actress Zhou Dongyu in Mandarin, Russian is narrated by DJ, singer and producer Nina Kraviz, and German by filmmaker and playwright Wim Wenders.

WE ARE NOT ALONE by Soundwalk Collective is available on Louvre Abu Dhabi’s website in six languages. Click here to explore.

Who is Wearing What? A treasury of costume and dress

What do our clothes say about us and what can be learned from the way that we dress?

Who is wearing what?

Do you want to be taken on a journey from Ancient Rome to Japan during the age of the samurai?

Do you want to reveal how artists throughout history have used fashion and jewellery to explore wider ideas about politics, culture and identity?


Feed your curiosity and learn how clothes, headwear and accessories can give clues about the people who wore them by clicking here!

Learn about Louvre Abu Dhabi’s artworks through poetry and Spoken Art

Poetry in the UAE is as old as the sails of boats found in dhow graveyards. As one of Arabia’s ancient art forms, Bedouins used the spoken word through recitation and song to pass down stories of love, loss and triumph. Local legend also reminds us that on months-long voyages, pearl divers believed their poems, when spoken, would be caught in the sails of their dhows and travel back home to their loved ones.


Click on the image to begin a mesmerizing journey of Spoken Art or click here!

For more information about Louvre Abu Dhabi, please visit or call +971 600 56 55 66.

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