The Louvre Abu Dhabi has been creating buzz on social media every since The Times of London added it to the top 10 most anticipated establishments to look forward to this year.
Since then, speculation has arisen over when the museum would be open to the public, since its original date of completion was set in 2012.
Their twitter account has been answering people's questions, saying the opening date should be public soon.
The Louvre Abu Dhabi was designed by French architect Jean Nouvel. It was structured in a way that the building itself would be a sight to behold, not just what's inside.
The most impressive part of the building is its dome. The dome allows sun to filter through using it's web-patterned structure, which was designed to represent sunlight filtering through the palm trees of an oasis; very fitting for the UAE.
The light feature is called the Rain of Light, and it will be unique to the Abu Dhabi Louvre.
As for what's inside the museum, the Louvre will be displaying around 600 exhibits, according to the National, including Piet Mondrian’s painting Composition with Blue, Red, Yellow and Black, Picasso’s Portrait of a Lady, and Paul Gaugin’s Children Wrestling, which will be permanently held at the museum.
Manuel Rabate, the museum's first director, said these painting are "the identity of the Louvre Abu Dhabi."
The new Louvre branch will also including 13 French loans from museums such as the Musee du Louvre, the Centre Pompidou, the Musee d’Orsay and the Musee National des Arts Asiatiques-Guimet.
About the loans, Rabate said, "This is the richness of the collection and the richness of the Louvre Abu Dhabi."