All what you need to know about the Museum of The Future

The most beautiful building on the planet indeed!

The 22nd of February was a special day. Whether it’s the too many twos, or the launch of the most beautiful building on the planet, The Museum of The Future. This museum helps you to visualize the future and how it’s going to look like!

The Museum of The Future will be hosting a series of talks with innovators, scientists, and prominent figures from leading industries.


The Museum of The Future planned two programs:

Changpeng Zhao (CZ), Founder of Binance

Changpeng Zhao, who goes by CZ, is the founder and CEO of Binance, the largest cryptocurrency exchange in the world. The Chinese Canadian coder cut his teeth building high-frequency trading systems for Wall Street’s flash boys. In 2020, Binance reached $2 trillion in total trading volume, and its Binance Coin (BNB) is now the third-biggest cryptocurrency by market cap. Join us for this insightful session as we explore the potential of NFTs and the future of cryptocurrency.

Professor Oussama Khatib, Professor of Computer Science & Director of the Robotics Lab at Stanford University

Oussama Khatib is a Professor of Computer Science and Director of the Robotics Laboratory at Stanford University. His research focuses on methodologies and technologies in human-centered robotics, haptic interactions, artificial intelligence, human motion synthesis, and animation. During his talk, Professor Oussama will discuss how human‐robot collaboration can expand our abilities to reach new resources, build and maintain infrastructure, and perform disaster prevention and recovery operations – be it deep in oceans and mines, at mountain tops, or in space.

Tickets are for 145 AED per person, and free of charge for children under 3 and for people of determination.



The best place for the kids to explore the future


Future Heroes is the Museum of the Future’s dedicated space for the children. Within an open world of exploration and play, children are encouraged to develop future-proof skills that will always be useful.

The exhibition’s three main experiences: Imagine, Design, and Build present children with opportunities to play and to learn through activities that encourage communication, collaboration, and creativity.


The museum provides a game experience that’s free of screens. The game they play is designed to encourage critical thinking, courage and confidence. These qualities are rewarded with badges that celebrate making positive contributions to the Future Heroes world by helping, solving problems, creating something new or trying something you’ve never done before. Players can collect as many of these badges as they want and can save them between visits.




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