The museum of the future offers a splendid exoticism of memories

The online store offers fascinating pieces that will surely appeal to the visitor.

Gulf today, Staff reporter

The Museum of the Future connects with people around the world through its online store, which not only offers souvenirs inspired by the museum’s design and exhibits, but also provides insight into its rich experiences.

The new store, which features six unique collections, is a window for visitors to reminisce about their experience in the form of delicious keepsakes that will eternalize their visit in their memory.

The store also offers a unique opportunity for those who have not yet visited the museum. It gives people a taste of what to expect from the exhibits, with artistically and innovatively designed products that reflect the spirit of the museum and its values.

Among the products are creations by Emirati talents as well as domestic small and medium enterprises, including clothing made from recycled materials, souvenirs, as well as entertaining and educational games inspired by the future.

Locally inspired products include those from the Calligraphy collection. They are beautifully decorated in Arabic calligraphy (the cursive script also known as thuluth is the same as that wrapped around the building) inspired by quotes from His Highness Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the Emirates Arabs and Ruler of Dubai, who embodies the spirit of the museum and its mission.

Extraordinary Souvenirs: The shop offers visitors the opportunity to find souvenirs with which to relive their inspiring museum experience. Among the collections are memorabilia related to the museum’s unique design and character, representing elements such as the building’s recognizable stainless steel facade. These include travel mugs, bookmarks, notepads, and pens among other options to choose from.

The museum’s splendid Arabic calligraphy and use of 3D printing technology in the construction process are among the features that have inspired giveaways for the store. Exhibits such as OSS Hope, The Heal Institute, and Al Waha have inspired beautiful yet functional memorabilia.

Products from the OSS Hope Collection include keychains, acting as a constant reminder of the exhibit’s representation of humanity’s home in space and the potential for future space travel. The Heal Institute collection includes fascinating prints printed on tote bags, purses, clutches and scarves, for everyday use.

There are also A3 prints allowing people to gaze at a beautiful digital recreation of flora, replicating the museum’s digital rainforest. Reflecting the earthy tones of Al Waha, the collection includes cream colored tea and coffee sets designed to fit perfectly into a relaxing atmosphere. There are also gifts related to the Future Heroes exhibition, which is dedicated to children from 3 to 10 years old. Finally, there are also products inspired by the museum’s Tomorrow Today exhibition, related to areas such as health, education, smart cities, energy and transport. You can visit the museum’s online store via

The Museum of the Future recently launched its first Future Heroes summer camp, full of fun, educational and highly entertaining programs for kids focused on science, technology and engineering, art and math (STEAM).

From August 2-19, 2022, Future Heroes Summer Camp offers a unique opportunity for the imagination, curiosity and creativity of young people across the country to be unleashed for three exciting weeks.

Future Heroes Summer Camp features expert workshops and educational partners offering an extensive series of hands-on, fun, and learning-based programs to help young minds grasp the fundamentals of STEAM. The workshops will cover a collection of deeply absorbing themes that include and revolve around space exploration, ecology, as well as happiness and well-being. Children will be able to dive into unique topics, including exploring the world of robotics and AI alongside other topics, to pique every child’s interest and cater to their different preferences, such as coding and learning. art.

From using artificial intelligence and machine learning to identifying and classifying bird species, exploring different art forms, and mastering Minecraft education in Harnessing coding and understanding the fundamentals of sustainability, the camp has something for everyone.