Ain Dubai tickets go on sale

Ain Dubai tickets go on sale

The world’s largest and tallest observation wheel is set to open on 21 October

Dubai Holding has announced that Ain Dubai ticket sales have opened to the public. Set to turn for the first time on 21 October 2021, and standing at over 250-metres high, Ain Dubai is the latest landmark to join Dubai’s long list of world record-breaking attractions. 

From dining in the sky and exclusive celebration packages to bespoke corporate and event offerings, Ain Dubai will offer a range of customisable experiences against the backdrop of Dubai’s skyline. Offering views of Dubai’s iconic landmarks from indoor, air-conditioned cabins, the experiences are split into three main categories: Observation Cabins, Social Cabins and Private Cabins. Experiences start with one rotation of approximately 38 minutes and go up to two rotations of approximately 76 minutes.  


Ain Dubai general manager Ronald Drake said: “Ain Dubai offers unique experiences catering to all audiences, including luxurious special event cabins; nightlife and party occasions; unique dining and culinary options; family-friendly cabins and customisable romantic experiences for special moments. We are the ultimate celebration destination, so it was only fitting that we celebrate the opening in style. More exciting details of what to expect from our grand opening will be revealed soon. We can’t wait to welcome everyone to Ain Dubai.”

Dubai Holding Entertainment chief operating officer Mohamed Sharaf said: “Dubai continues to be a leader in the travel and tourism sector, with a reputation for delivering pioneering projects and landmarks. Ain Dubai is a testament to one of the many innovative initiatives developed by Dubai to further enhance its competitiveness as a key international tourism destination in continuation of Dubai’s drive to achieve new global heights. We can’t think of a better time to open this unique and celebratory asset than during the UAE’s ‘Year of the 50th’.”

Ain Dubai ticket prices start from AED130 (US$35), available at

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