Saadiyat Cultural District, along with its ongoing historical and cultural landmarks such as the Zayed National Museum and the Natural History Museum Abu Dhabi, is on schedule to be completed by 2025.

In addition to the highly anticipated museums, other remarkable architectural wonders taking form on the island include teamLab Phenomena Abu Dhabi and Guggenheim Abu Dhabi.

Over the years, the area has evolved into a symbol of cultural diversity with the establishment of iconic institutions like the Louvre Abu Dhabi - the first museum of its kind in the Arab world, the Abrahamic Family House - a space for education, dialogue, and religious observance, Berklee Abu Dhabi offering music, performing arts, and educational programs, and Manarat Al Saadiyat serving as a hub for creative expression and hosting popular events like Abu Dhabi Art and Culture Summit Abu Dhabi.

While exploring any of the existing cultural centers, visitors can admire the slender glass atriums rising from the Zayed National Museum building, reminiscent of the wingtips of a falcon - a national symbol and emblem of UAE heritage. The national museum will celebrate the rich history and culture of the nation, as well as paying tribute to the legacy of the late Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan, the country's founding father.

Guggenheim Abu Dhabi will be a museum dedicated to showcasing art from the 1960s to the present, highlighting the most significant artistic accomplishments of our time. Additionally, teamLab Phenomena Abu Dhabi will offer visitors an ever-changing journey of exploration that surpasses the boundaries of imagination.

The Natural History Museum Abu Dhabi, spanning over 35,000sqm and set to become the largest museum of its kind in the region, will feature a research and educational institution that takes visitors on a 13.8 billion-year voyage through the story of our universe and planet Earth.

Mohamed Khalifa Al Mubarak, Chairman of the Department of Culture and Tourism - Abu Dhabi (DCT - Abu Dhabi), expressed that Saadiyat Cultural District embodies the concept of 'cultural hope.' "The District will convey a message of cultural diversity that will grow in significance over time, forming global connections, inspiring cultural exchange, and nurturing innovative thinking to support the region, the global South, and the world. Saadiyat Cultural District is a place where people can come to learn from the past, comprehend the present, and focus on the future," said Al Mubarak.

The department also unveiled a campaign film titled 'Be Moved in a Thousand Ways,' which delivers an inspiring message about the transformative power of culture to unite, inspire, and broaden horizons.