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View The Moon Like Never Before
Updated on 06 May 2021

OliOli is offering a fun experience to see the moon during Eid at the Museum of the Moon gallery.

The fun event will take place for five days from 11 May to 15 May.

The replica of the moon exhibit has been created by artist Luke Jerram by meshing together imagery from detailed NASA pictures of the lunar surface.

Surround sound composition was additionally created by BAFTA and Ivor Novello award-winning composer Dan Jones, to provide a stunning experience.

The exhibit has been around the world in over 30 countries and will be featured at OliOli during Eid.

OliOli is known for its interactive play museum that is both informative and fun for adults and children alike.

Prices for two hours for children aged 2 to 16 are priced at Dhs 126 with toddlers aged 12 to 36 months priced at Dhs 63. One parent gets free admission on the purchase of one child ticket with additional adult tickets priced at Dhs 42.

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