Would you like to go 829-meters up the world’s highest building? Find out about how to purchase Burj Khalifa tickets, what is the price in 2019, how to skip the line, if there are any combined tickets included to see other attractions and other useful information to know before delving into an unforgettable Dubai experience!
What floors of the Burj Khalifa can I go up?
There are three different observation levels open to the public.
“At the top level” – floors 124 & 125
The first two levels are part of the so called “At the Top”, which includes floors 124 and 125. These two levels aren’t at the very top but over half way up the building.
SKY Lounge – floor 148
SKY luxury lounge is on 148th floor, sitting at a height of 555 meters. If you purchase this ticket, you can also have access to “At the Top” level.
How much do Burj Khalifa tickets cost in 2019?
Burj Khalifa tickets “At the top” level – floor 124 & 125
1- General admission entry
Enjoy panoramic views from levels 125 and 124 at your leisure, with this self-guided tour.
- Adult (12 years+) – Ticket price: 135 AED (about 36 USD)
- Child (4-12 years) – Ticket price: 100 AED (about 28 USD)
- Infant (below 4 years): FREE
2- Fast track entry
With this Burj Khalifa ticket you will be able to skip the long ticket queue and head straight to the elevator that will zip you to the 124th and 125th level.
Ticket price: Adult (12 years+): 315 AED (85 USD)
3- Sunrise + Breakfast
Witness the gorgeous sunrise every Friday and Saturday. Between 5.30 am to 8.00 and enjoy a complimentary breakfast at The Café.
Ticket price: 135 AUD (37 USD)
4- At the Top + Armani Deli
Combine At the Top visit with a 3-course set lunch at the world’s first Armani Hotel in Dubai.
Ticket price: 295 AUD (80 USD)
5- At the Top + Rooftop, The Burj Club
Compliment your journey to At the top with a 3-course set dinner at Rooftop, The Burj Club for an alfresco dining experience overlooking The Dubai Fountain and Burj Khalifa.
Ticket cost: 275 AUD (75 USD)
Burj Khalifa tickets – floor 148
6- At the Top Sky
Visit the world’s highest observation deck with an outdoor terrace at Level 148 of Burj Khalifa. Get escorted to the SKY lounge for complimentary refreshments.
- Adult (12 years+) – Ticket price: 370 AED (100 USD)
- Child (4-12 years)- Ticket price: 370 AED (100 USD)
- Infant (below 4 years): FREE
If you’re truly looking for a remarkable experience in Dubai, make sure to take the opportunity to go up the Burj Khalifa. You can purchase the tickets online or directly at the ticket counter (note that buying the tickets on spot is more expensive).
Are there any discounts?
There are MANY VENDORS selling Burj Khalifa Tickets. Compare their prices online to find the best deals.
The tickets can include skip-the-line features, discounts at souvenir shops of the attraction, discount for multiple attractions like the Aquarium or a Desert Safari, WiFi in the building and many other special features.
How do you skip the line?
Online booking is needed to skip the line at the elevator, which can be quite long due to the size of the building.
If you purchase a skip-the-line ticket, you will be able to skip the long ticket queue and head straight to the 125th and 148th floor, as well as skipping the elevator queue.
Are there any Burj Khalifa tickets including other attractions?
Combine your Burj Khalifa ticket with other attractions to make your experience in Dubai even more thrilling. There are many combined tickets from which you can choose from that are worth considering to book if you want to get to know more about Dubai. Scroll down and see which one catches your eye!
Burj Khalifa tickets + Burj Al-Arab
This tour combines a visit to the Burj Khalifa from where you can get a spectacular view of Dubai and enjoy some lunch at the Burj Al-Arab hotel.
Burj Khalifa tickets + Fountain Boardwalk
Compliment your journey to At the Top with a brand new experience, Dubai Fountain Boardwalk. Stroll down the 272-meters floating bridge, for the most incredible views of the fountain.
Burj Khalifa tickets + Dubai Aquarium
See two of Dubai’s most popular attractions. First, visit the Burj Khalifa up to the 124th and 125th floor and then explore Dubai Aquarium & Underwater Zoo, with thousands of fish and hundreds of sharks.
Burj Khalifa + Dubai-by-Night Tour
Discover Dubai by night shown by an expert guide where you’ll see the Madinat Jumeirah, the Dubai Marina and the Marina Walk. After that, you can visit the famous Burj Khalifa and see the beautiful fountain shows.
Burj Khalifa + Desert Safari
Explore the desert while dune driving and watching the sunset over the dunes. You’ll be able to ride a camel, smoke shisha, wear traditional clothing, get a henna tattoo or simply enjoy the star-filled desert sky. All the activities are included.
Dinner some barbeque under the stars, where you can try different kinds of meat, starters, salads, and typical sweet treats from the region. The final touch is the various shows, among which is you can enjoy the famous belly dance.
Burj Khalifa + Dhow Dinner Cruise
Experience a luxurious dinner cruise along the quiet waters of Deira Creek and witness amazing performances by Arabic singers performing traditional songs, creating a lively atmosphere.
What are the Burj Khalifa opening hours?
The Burj Khalifa is open every day from 8.30 am – 10.00 pm.
On Friday and Saturday, it’s possible to do a sunrise tour at 5.30 am.
Please note that ticket prices vary depending on the time of your visit and your choice of experience, whether it’s the At the Top or the Sky luxury lounge.
How to get to Burj Khalifa?
Burj Khalifa is situated in The Dubai Mall, not too far from the business district.
To get there you can take a taxi or a bus; they run along Sheikh Zayed Road. Or, you can catch the Red Line metro which stops here and a free shuttle runs from major hotels.
- The best time to visit At the Top is during the sunset hours when an amber glow spans across the sky. The sunset hours between 4:30 PM – 6:00 PM giving you the best chance to enjoy stunning evening views of the Dubai skyline!
- If you want to see the sunset from the Burj Khalifa, give yourself plenty of time – there are security checks and this is the busiest time of the day.
- Access “At The Top” during peak hours, and you can pretty much spend as long as you like up there. Besides from the height, the main difference between both levels is that SKY tends to be quieter and has soft seating scattered throughout.
- It’s advisable to book in advance to ensure you get the best time, and if you’re thinking on watching the sunset, book a slot at least 90 minutes before to get the most out of it. Don’t forget it’s also possible to visit on Fridays and Saturdays.
- You can scan your QR code at any of the kiosk desks in and around the Dubai Mall to retrieve your tickets. Otherwise, you can also collect them at the entrance of the Burj Khalifa, located on the Lower Ground Floor of the Dubai Mall.
I hope this guide helped you to find out more information regarding the Burj Khalifa tickets. Please do not hesitate in commenting below if you have any questions!
Have a nice visit 🙂