Ferrari World Abu Dhabi recently reopened after several months of closure due to the coronavirus pandemic. The popular attraction on Yas Island is now back with new experiences for visitors. It has started hosting a year-long exhibition, titled Hypercars – Evolution of Uniqueness, as part of its 10th anniversary celebrations in November.
Held in collaboration with the Museo Ferrari in Maranello, Italy, the expo is currently showcasing several hypercars at Galleria Ferrari including La Ferrari, Enzo, 288 GTO, F12 tdf, F40 and F50. These are all rare, limited-series cars which are considered masterpieces of styling and engineering, and represent milestones in the brand’s technological evolution.
As a treat for Ferrari fans, the exhibition is also featuring Ferrari’s One-Off program, to deliver custom-made vehicles for select clients, and Tailor-Made program, which lets owners customise an existing Ferrari model according to their personal tastes and preferences.
The amusement park also has more new experiences lined up, which will be rolled out in the upcoming months to mark its 10 years as a popular leisure destination in the UAE capital.
All those visiting Ferrari World Abu Dhabi can gain access to the hypercars exhibition with the same ticket. Entry tickets are priced at AED 295 and the park is open everyday from 11 am to 8 pm.
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To ensure the safety of guests and staff members, the park can currently only operate at a capacity of 30 percent. Therefore all park visitors, including annual pass holders, need to book tickets in advance online. Other safety measures taken by the destination include extensive sanitisation and disinfection of all facilities, health screening of guests on entry, safe distance markers at all outlets and rides, reduced ride capacity and modifications in shopping and dining experiences.