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Dubai Aquarium & Underwater Zoo

Visit the incredible Dubai Aquarium, a huge suspended tank in the middle of the Dubai Mall. Guests can walk through a tunnel under the aquarium before getting to explore exhibits featuring other species of fish, plus reptiles, birds, and mammals. For a more unique experience, take a trip on a glass-bottomed boat, book an experience to meet the animals, or take the plunge and learn to dive surrounded by sharks. Book tickets in advance to save time and money, or combine your trip with a visit to the awe-inspiring Burj Khalifa.
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Book a ticket to the Dubai Aquarium & Underwater Zoo in advance to save time and money on the day.
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Dubai Aquarium and Underwater Zoo Day Ticket

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Visit the Dubai Aquarium and Underwater Zoo, one of the world's largest indoor aquariums. Get a behind-the-scenes tour and marvel at the incredible variety of exotic species while walking through the tunnel.
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Dubai Aquarium and Underwater Zoo Basic Entry Ticket in Dubai

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Burj Khalifa Combo Tickets

Combine your trip to the Dubai Aquarium with a visit to the tallest building in the world.
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Dubai Aquarium & Level 124 Burj Khalifa Combo Tickets

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See 2 of Dubai’s most significant sights with a combo ticket to the Dubai Aquarium and Burj Khalifa. Ascend the Burj Khalifa for panoramic views from level 124. Then, discover marine life from around the world in the unique tunnels of the underwater zoo.
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Dubai Aquarium and Underwater Zoo Explorer Ticket

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Observe undersea life through the world’s largest acrylic viewing panel. Walk along the Aquarium Tunnel, take a glass-bottom boat ride and dive into a virtual world in the Submersible Simulator.
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Private Dubai City Tour With Burj Khalifa, Dubai Creek, Dubai Mall Aquarium

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Discover Dubai in a private setting and explore the hidden corners of the city that you would never see on a large bus tour. Your private guide will pick you up at your hotel in Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Ras al-Khaimah, or Fujairah and will tell you interesting facts about this unique city.See the fascinating Palm Islands, the modern Dubai Marina, the old town with the famous gold and spice markets, and much more. At the end of the tour you’ll visit the observation platform of the world’s tallest building. Here, at the Burj Khalifa, you can admire the fantastic views of the city and the surrounding area.Since this is a private tour, the route can be customized to suit your interests. The tour ends in the Dubai Mall, near the "At the Top" desk, where you will find the entrance to the Burj Khalifa. Guests from Abu Dhabi or Ras al Khaimah will be dropped back off at their hotel after the tour and their visit to the Burj Khalifa.
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Dubai Aquarium & Under Water Zoo

Explore the 10-million litre Dubai Aquarium tank, located on the Ground Level of The Dubai Mall, is one of the largest suspended aquariums in the world.It houses thousands of aquatic animals, comprising over 140 species. Over 300 Sharks and Rays live in this tank, including the largest collection of Sand Tiger Sharks in the world.
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Diving with Sharks certified

Dive with the world's ultimate predator. 10,000 pounds of lean muscle, 10,000 razor sharp teeth, 100 million years in the making. Are you ready to come face-to-face?

Top Tips

1. Watch the feedings throughout the day - make sure to be there when King Croc eats lunch, he has a bite force of 1700lb PSI, which is one of the most powerful bites in the world! Sharks and rays are also fed by divers who enter the aquarium, which is also pretty cool to watch.
King Croc at the Dubai Aquarium
2. The aquarium is pretty busy every day of the week, but it’s less busy first thing in the morning and later in the evening if you want to avoid the crowds. The aquarium tends to be at its busiest between 5 and 6 pm.
Dubai Aquarium | Photo: Flickr, Matt Lowe - CC BY 2.0
3. You can see part of the tank from inside the Dubai Mall without buying tickets, but you won’t see all the fish, or get access to the zoo which has land-based and amphibious creatures.
4. If you’re interested in seeing animals in their natural habitats but you don’t want to leave Dubai to do it, then why not visit the VR Zoo? The VR Zoo experience can be added to any package for AED 30, and you can choose between the Animal 360 Experience or the Ocean Experience.
5. Plan 1 to 2 hours for your visit - it takes about 15 to 30 minutes to visit the tunnel, then 45 to 90 minutes for the rest of the exhibits.
6. There’s a combo-ticket available for the Dubai Aquarium and the 124th and 125th floors of the Burj Khalifa, which is great value for money. Both attractions are either inside the Dubai Mall or a short walk away from it, so the combination makes for an excellent day trip. If you’re not too keen on heights then there are plenty of other attractions inside the Dubai Mall to keep you entertained, including an ice rink, the Dubai Fountain, and KidZania.

Frequently Asked Questions

What’s special about the Dubai Aquarium?

The Dubai Aquarium is one of the world’s largest suspended aquariums, holding over 2.6 million gallons (10 million liters) of water. It’s 36 feet (11 meters) deep and 167 feet long, and guests visit it by walking through a tunnel. There’s also a small zoo with a combination of land and amphibious creatures and a special exhibit for the nocturnal animals of the United Arab Emirates.

How many species can I see at the Dubai Aquarium & Underwater Zoo?

The main tank holds more than 33,000 creatures from over 140 species, and then there are even more animals to see in the zoo section of the attraction! You can see different species of sharks and rays, plus clownfish, batfish, giant catfish, guitarfish and unicorn fish, and oh so many more!

How long is the tunnel?

The tunnel is 157 feet (48 meters) long, slightly shorter than the tank as a whole. While walking through the tunnel you’ll get a 270-degree view of the inside of the tank from 36 feet underwater).

Who is King Croc?

King Croc is one of the Aquarium & Underwater Zoo’s major stars! He’s a 40-year-old saltwater crocodile from Queensland, Australia, and is one of the largest reptiles in captivity. Back home in Oz he had a reputation as a “problem crocodile”, who was aggressive towards humans and other male crocodiles, but the Dubai Aquarium have given him his own space to call his own. He’s over 16.4 feet (5 meters) long, weighs 118 stones (750kgs - about as much as 14 grown men), and could grow even bigger over the next 50 years! He lives with his partner of over 20 years, known as Queen Croc, and you can visit them both on the 2nd floor of the aquarium’s zoo.

Um... how thick is the glass between visitors and King Croc?

The acrylic glass covering the enclosure is 50mm (or about 2 inches) thick - it’s totally safe for the crocodiles, staff, and public.

There are glass-bottomed boats??

There are! You can ride on top of the aquarium in a glass-bottomed boat to get another view of the fish below. Boat rides take 15 to 20 minutes and are not recommended for pregnant visitors. Some ticket packages include the glass-bottomed boat experience, or you can choose it as an add-on once you arrive at the aquarium.

Can I take photographs?

Yes, photography is allowed throughout the aquarium. Some exhibits ask you not to use flash so as not to harm or alarm the animals, but these are clearly marked.

General Information

Opening Hours:

Opening hours may vary depending on the season but in general Dubai Aquarium & Underwater Zoo is open from 10 am to midnight, with final entry at 11.30 pm.


Basic tickets for the Dubai Aquarium include access to the tunnel, the underwater zoo, and a behind the scenes tour. These tickets cost AED 175 on the day, and children under the age of 3 can enter free of charge. Tickets including an animal encounter cost upwards of AED 220.


Dubai Aquarium & Underwater Zoo
The Dubai Mall
Doha Street
Off 1st Interchange - Sheikh Zayed Road
Dubai, U.A.E

How to get there:

Dubai Aquarium & Underwater Zoo is on the ground floor of the Dubai Mall. The Dubai Mall is easy to reach via public transport, simply take the red line to Burj Khalifa/The Dubai Mall Station. Alternatively, you can use bus numbers 27 or 29, and several hotels also arrange their own shuttles to the mall. A car park is available with over 14,000 spaces under cover.
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