Louvre Abu Dhabi is a universal museum on a mission to create human connections through art, dating from prehistory to the present.
Louvre Abu Dhabi’s museum galleries tell the story of humanity in twelve inspiring chapters. Each chapter focuses on shared themes and ideas that reveal common connections throughout humanity. The works on show range from prehistoric artefacts to contemporary artworks. The art on show comes from the museum’s collection alongside many masterpieces on loan from some of the most world-renowned French museums. Louvre Abu Dhabi invites visitors to see humanity in a new light.
Louvre Abu Dhabi hosts four temporary exhibitions per year. As part of the unique collaboration between Abu Dhabi and France, they will be organised and created by thirteen French museum partners, exclusively for visitors to Louvre Abu Dhabi. These temporary exhibitions will follow the same thematic approach as the permanent collections in the Museum Galleries, highlighting comparisons, influences and ideas shared ideas across civilisations and cultures.
The experience of learning is at the heart of the Children's Museum. Centrally located across two floors, this specially designated section of Louvre Abu Dhabi hosts family-focused exhibitions and interactive workshops in Arabic and English. The aim is to inspire young minds by teaching children about artistic techniques and ideas.
The Children Museum has been conceived for children aged between six and twelve years old. It is ideal for both school groups or family visits. Children and adults alike are invited to share in numerous learning activities designed to nurture curiosity and creativity. The Children’s Museum also serves as a bridge to the rest of Louvre Abu Dhabi and its programmes, helping young visitors to get the most out of the museum’s focus on universal human themes.
- Child ticket: Age 13-22
- Children aged 0-12 can enter the museum for free
- Louvre Abu Dhabi is closed on Mondays
- Disabled guests are free to enter provided that they are accompanied by at least one paying companion. They must present their passport or any valid ID at the entrance
- Strollers and wheelchairs are available at a nominal cost payable directly at the entrance
- School and college teachers and university faculty members residing in UAE can enter at child ticket prices. They must present any valid ID for proof of identity at the entrance
- Last entry is 30 minutes prior to closing
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Tue–Wed 10:00–20:00, Thu–Fri 10:00–22:00, Sat–Sun 10:00–20:00.
Person: 54 AED (was 65)
+971 600 565566
Louvre Abu Dhabi, Saadiyat Cultural District, Saadiyat Island
How to get there?
From Abu Dhabi: Take Sheikh Khalifa Bin Zayed Highway (E12), which can be accessed from Corniche Road or Hamdan Bin Mohammed Street or Zayed the First Street. Take exit right after Sheikh Khalifa Bridge to the museum. Taxi fare from Abu Dhabi city will cost between AED30 and AED40
From Dubai: Start on the Sheikh Maktoum Bin Rashid Road (E11) and take Abu Dhabi-Shahama Road (E10). Switch to Sheikh Khalifa Bin Zayed Highway and take exit before Sheikh Khalifa Bridge. Taxi fare from Dubai will cost between AED300 to AED350 one way
From Abu Dhabi: Take bus #192 and #193