The gates are now open to what promises to be the greatest show on Earth – but how much does it cost for a family day out at Expo 2020 Dubai?
Depending on how much families want to spend, a trip to the Expo can be done on a small budget, or for a special day out visitors can spend a little more to make the most of their experience.
A typical family of four can expect to pay about Dh400 ($109) for a day out, if they ate at the site. That would include travel to the site, entry tickets, food, drink and souvenirs.
This is how it is done.
The time is now to capture the best deals, with anyone visiting in October promised unlimited access for the whole month for the price of a standard day ticket, which is Dh95.
Expo has some great deals for families looking to visit the site together.
Accompanied children and youths under the age of 18 and anyone over 60 can visit free of charge, but a season-long family pass with unlimited entries valid until March 31 costs Dh950.
That includes a free access pass for a nanny and discounts on food and beverages at selected outlets.
A nanny visiting with a family on the ticket must show proof of their occupation on the residency page of their passport.
Tickets for children under the age of 6 will be issued on arrival.
A six-month season pass costs Dh495 for an adult, while a 30-day multi-visit pass costs Dh195.
Families looking to splash out can spend Dh10,000 on a Jubilee Experience ticket that includes two 24-carat gold Expo commemorative pins, two Expo passports in which to collect pavilion stamps, fast-track entry, VIP parking and exclusive access to Emaar’s luxurious Jubilee Lounge.