What’s on at The Louvre Abu Dhabi at the moment?
Discover a range of interesting exhibitions that are on until 9th of May.
Visit Photographs 1842 – 1896: An early album of the world exhibition
The exhibition opens to the public from April 25th and runs until July 13th. Daily during museum opening hours
This exhibition displays more than 250 of the earliest photographs ever seen of the Middle East, Africa, Asia and the American continents. Believed to be the time of authentic representations of the world, the exhibition explores how nationality, geography, culture, regional politics and the continual improvement of photography techniques influenced both the photographers and these early images.
Exhibition in collaboration with musée du Quai Branly – Jacques Chirac
Exhibition Mini Tours
29 April – 13 July 2019
Sunday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 11:30 and 15:30.
Discover how, in the past, people from all around the world were fascinated by the great new invention of photography.
Kayaking at the Museum
Friday and Saturday | 10am, 12pm, 2pm, 4pm & 5:30pm | 6+
Enjoy the museum from the stillness of the Arabian Sea. Take a tour on a kayak and learn all about the exquisite architecture, from a unique perspective.
No prior experience is necessary. Tours last 60 minutes. Guests will be accompanied by professional instructors and given a safety and paddle briefing prior to the tour.
Children between the ages of 6 – 12 are to be accompanied by parents or guardians. Casual attire is recommended. Changing rooms are available near the kayaking information desks.
LAST CHANCE TO SEE Rembrandt, Vermeer & the Dutch Golden Age: Masterpieces from The Leiden Collection and the Musée du Louvre exhibition
Until 18th of May 2019, daily during museum opening hours
The exhibition brings together paintings and drawings by Dutch masters Rembrandt van Rijn, Johannes Vermeer and their contemporaries. It surveys Rembrandt’s artistic journey in Leiden and Amsterdam and his relationships with rivals and peers, including Johannes Vermeer, Jan Lievens, Ferdinand Bol, Carel Fabritius, Gerrit Dou, Frans van Mieris and Frans Hals.