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Be among the first to experience Terra – The Sustainability Pavilion

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Expo 2020 Pavilions Premiere to preview some of the next World Expo’s headline wonders

With its opening later this year fast approaching, Expo 2020 Dubai is inviting visitors to be among the first to explore Terra – The Sustainability Pavilion and its surrounding public spaces, offering a glimpse of what’s to come when the next World Expo begins on 1 October 2021.

The Pavilions Premiere will provide an opportunity for visitors to experience, discover and engage with Expo 2020’s Thematic Pavilions, as well as enjoy entertainment, children’s activities, food and beverage, retail, and more from 22 January 2021 to 10 April 2021.

The limited-time preview will start with Terra – The Sustainability Pavilion, which will open to the public from 22 January, followed by Alif – The Mobility Pavilion and Mission Possible – The Opportunity Pavilion later in the first quarter of 2021.

From January, visitors will be able to explore Terra, which sets an international example for sustainable building design and is built to be net-zero for both energy and water. Designed by Grimshaw Architects, its impressive features include 1,055 photovoltaic panels arranged on a 130-metre-wide roof canopy and a mini forest of ‘Energy Trees’.

Terra will offer an immersive journey through the wonders of the natural world, including an interactive walk through the roots of a forest where every footstep affects the ‘wood-wide web’. Allowing visitors to explore the hidden harmful impacts of our choices, the emotive experience is designed to encourage all ages to consider how their behaviour affects the environment, empowering them to become agents of change.

Each Pavilions Premiere visit costs AED 25 and bookings and can be made from 16 January. Visitors are urged to book early: the experience will operate five days per week with limited operating hours and capacity restrictions because of enhanced health and safety measures.

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