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Burj Khalifa Level 124 'At the Top' Entrance Ticket with One-way Transfer

From US$68.50
Highlights
  • Pre-purchased ticket grants entrance to the 124th floor of the Burj Khalifa 
  • Choose a time that best suits your schedule
  • Get the best views of Dubai from its tallest building
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Burj Khalifa Level 124 'At the Top' Entrance Ticket with One-way Transfer
From US$68.50
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Afternoon Entrance (Non-Peak)Most Popular
Afternoon entrance to the 124th Floor with one-way transfer from Dubai hotels to Burj Khalifa. Refer to your confirmation details for exact entrance time. Subject to availability.
From US$68.50
Morning Entrance (Non-Peak)
Morning entrance to the 124th Floor with one-way transfer from Dubai hotels to Burj Khalifa. Refer to your confirmation details for exact entrance time. Subject to availability.
From US$68.50
Early Evening Entrance (Peak)
Early evening entrance to the 124th Floor, with one-way transfer from Dubai hotels to Burj Khalifa. Refer to your confirmation details for exact entrance time. Subject to availability.
From US$96.00
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Overview
Skip long ticket-purchase lines with pre-booked access to the Burj Khalifa's 124th floor. You’re guaranteed to get into this popular attraction, which includes a multimedia presentation on the history of Dubai. Once you reach the top, take as long as you want to enjoy epic views over the Burj-Al Arab, the Dubai Marina, and other city landmarks through the panoramic windows and digital telescopes.
What to Expect
When booking, choose from morning, afternoon, early evening, or evening entrance times; it's easy to find a time that fits your schedule. Arrive at the Dubai Mall, where you can skip the line of people waiting to buy tickets.

Hop on the moving sidewalk, which travels for 213 feet (65 meters) and watch the multimedia presentation on Dubai's history as you ride along. Next up is the elevator to the 124th floor, which travels 33 feet (10 meters) per second.

When you reach the top you’ll be surrounded by glass walls that look onto views of the Palm Jumeirah, sail-shaped Burj Al-Arab, the gleaming yachts of Dubai Marina, and the desert and Persian Gulf. Depending on the weather, you may step out onto the terrace to see the views in the open air. Spend as long as you like—your timed ticket has no required exit time.
Reviews (170)
1 - 5 of 123 reviews
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
AMAZING

THE VIEWS THE BUILT, EVERYTHING IS AMAZING, We went at the sunrise and after our visit we could take a breakfast in the café, included in the ticket. I really recomended Lo recomiendo totalmente fuimos al amanecer ya que en la entrada era más económica...More

Thank Maria Teresa O
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile
Worth a visit

Booked in advance. Little bit if queuing but to be expected. Take some time to listen to the displays as they’re quite informative. Probably wouldn’t go again for the money though.

Thank davemZ5535DL
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile
Exceeded expectations

Some queueing at bottom but once at top the crowds weren't too bad. Much better than expected. Professional photos were disappointing quality so didn't buy them, but may have done if better.

Thank Iain S
Reviewed 4 weeks ago
holiday

spectacular views from the top, photos can be very expensive try and grab a 20% discount voucher before you go up

Thank williamclubb
Reviewed September 5, 2018
Good view of city

Not much crowd and enjoyed the Sunset from 124th floor. I would recommend to go to 124th floor rather than 148. Not sure what difference it will make other than being another 22 floors more. As the sun was setting and it was becoming dark,...More

2  Thank Senthil M
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mett12
October 13, 2018|
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Response from LoucyWorld | Reviewed this property |
Yes there are 2 restaurants I know for sure. The Armani one and another one I dined at the 3rd floor where you can watch the fountains from up above but still listen to the songs played while fountains are on.
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lynette h
August 21, 2018|
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Response from GrahamR888 | Reviewed this property |
Anything is possible. I suggest you go it alone by Uber or Kareem the local equivalent. They both drive Lexus cars. Nd are reasonably priced
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Ghosal_Kolkata
August 6, 2018|
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Response from rishimehra | Reviewed this property |
Depends upon which time of the day you are going to see it .I would advise against visiting as there is gross mismanagement there & time slots on tickets are hardly followed
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