Another of Zahar Hadid's masterpieces, this time integrating the words of wisdom from the late Sheikh Rashid, pbuh, who was indeed a renaissance man, sadly missed.
Booking ahead apparently is best as there were hordes of humanity crowding together as certain nationalities do, no masks !, to get in. We understand tickets are Dh 150, we were invited, which when compared to Dh 50 for Shindagah is exorbitant.
The attendants, all dressed in grey, were most helpful in organising entry in groups at specific intervals.
Unfortunately the contents do not live up to the architecture & will soon become really dated, if not already, space is no longer a novelty for many in the days of Jeff & Elon. Capturing solar energy in outer space for tx to earth is already being researched.
Probably the most innovative exhibit was the DNA library, an elaborate hologram.
However, books in a library all have titles, not so the "specimen jars" shown. Here again it was sadly lacking.
Make sure to visit the small viewing platform which can easily be missed, even the small lift is curtained off ??