Get ready for the return of the iconic

Museum Of The Moon

at OliOli®

Join us to celebrate Eid with your whole family,

bask in the incredible 5-meter replica and embark on
a mesmerizing journey to the moon.

bask in the incredible 5-meter replica and embark on a mesmerizing journey to the moon.

29th April – 8th May

Access to Museum of the Moon is included in
ALL OliOli® Admission tickets between Apr 29th to May 8th.

Access to Museum of the Moon is included in
ALL OliOli® Admission tickets between Apr 29th to May 8th.

Limited Availability.

Space lovers will be mesmerized by the incredibly accurate replica of the moon created by world-renowned Artist Luke Jerram by fusing imagery from detailed NASA pictures of the lunar surface.

Coming with the whole family?

Check out our limited-edition family passes!

Children must be accompanied with an adult during their visit to OliOli®. Similarly, adults must be accompanied with a child to enter OliOli®.

Museum of the Moon has been planned with utmost importance to health & safety measures and social distancing norms in-line with government guidelines.

We look forward to welcoming you to this mesmerizing experience!

T&C Apply
For more information, contact our team 047027300.

Fun Facts About The Moon!

  • We only ever see one side of the moon because the moon and the earth are “tidally locked”. The moon spins at the same rate that it goes around the earth, so a moon day is 27 days long and it also takes 27 days to go around the earth.
  • With a powerful telescope, you can see the equipment astronauts have left behind on the moon – and with a REALLY powerful telescope, you can still see the astronaut’s footprints on the surface!
  • Seven countries have sent spacecrafts to the moon including: the USSR, USA, Japan, Europe (as a team), India, China and Israel.
  • Only 12 people have walked on the surface of the moon. The last person to walk on the moon did so on 14th December 1972 – so we haven’t returned in almost 50 years! Perhaps you will get the chance to visit the moon some day in the future…
  • The moon is 400,000 kilometres away from earth and it takes 3 days by rocket to reach it. If it was possible, it would take you 9.5 years to walk to the moon – that’s if you never stopped for a break!
  • You would have to stack 450,000 Burj Khalifas on top of each other to reach the moon!
  • The moon’s diameter is 3475 km (about a quarter the size of the Earth).
  • For most of history, the moon was people’s only night time source of light. It was used to help travellers navigate and allowed people to work.
  • The lunar calendar is a time-keeping system in which each month corresponds to the 29.5-day lunar cycle, which is the length of time that it takes for the moon to orbit the Earth. During the lunar cycle, the phase of the moon is tracked by its shape – the portion of the moon that is illuminated by the Sun from our vantage point of Earth.
  • On the surface of the Moon you can jump 6 times higher than you can on Earth.
  • The Moon is a key element of Islam because at the sight of the new crescent moon we know that the month of Ramadan is over, and we can celebrate Eid!
Opening Hours

Opening Hours

Please Note: Our Air Gallery will be closed until May 8th to host the Museum of the Moon.

Monday: 9am – 6pm
Tuesday: 9am – 6pm
Wednesday: 10am – 6pm
Thursday: 10am – 6pm
Friday: 9am – 7pm
Saturday: 2pm – 8pm
Sunday: 9am – 7pm