Experience an inspiring and educational tour of Emirati and Arabian excellence
Learn about the principles that have propelled traditional Arabian design to remarkable status
Gain a rare insight into Emirati governance and culture through the Palaces
Enjoy exploring the expansive selection of timeless books and manuscripts at House of Knowledge and Qasr Al Watan Library
Brief understanding of each zone in an unforgettable tour experience
Experience Palace in Motion Show
Need To Know :
Due to the current situation, face masks must be worn all times. Prior booking required to ensure availability. This ticket gives you access to the Palace, the Gardens, Visitor Centre and all zones, exhibitions and public spaces. Open daily from 11:00 am. The last entry timing is 5:00 pm. The exhibition room closes at 5:45 pm. The palace and Library closing time is 6:00 pm. Stores and restaurant closes latest at 5:30 pm. The Palace in Motion Show begins at 7:30 pm but may change depending on sunset timings. The show is not available during the holy month of Ramadan and will resume after. Wheelchairs are available for people of determination and elderly visitors. Designated smoking area is located outside the Visitor Centre.
Dress Code :
Minimum of decent casual attire. Skirts, walking shorts, sleeveless or tank tops allowed.
Age/Vital Information :
Child rate applies to 4 - 17 years old. Children 3 years old and below can enter for free. People of determination receive complimentary access plus one payable companion. Pets or animals are not allowed. f you fail to abide with the above-mentioned dress code, it will result in your denied entry or access to the Palace. Qasr Al Watan does not provide alternative clothing options.
Qasr Al Watan is an incredible, new and unique landmark in the Middle East. A Palace brimming with knowledge, offering the world a first-of-its-kind insight into the Arab heritage and the governing principles that shaped the history of the United Arab Emirates and its vision to the future.Qasr Al Watan is more than just a palace, it is an enriching interactive journey in a contemporary setting that reveals and reflects on governance, knowledge and craftsmanship.