As a history museum, I felt Dubai Museum to be pretty standard in what it has on display. Some of the bigger exhibits are found in the underground level, and showcase the society and industries of th...
A very nice peaful.place. there are lovely art galleries to see. Interesting museums like coin khanjar and coffee museums .You ll love walking around looking at buildings . Very helpful security staff...
Visit was prior to pandemic. There was a long line of history fanatics. Who would not be intrigued at how from humble beginnings that Dubai has risen and is now considered one of the modern and futuri...
When you see the castle and big ship, it means that you arrtive at the museum. Lots of information about the history and civilisation of Dubai, please take a few hours to stop by.
The outer wall of the stone barrier, facing the door is a few thatched cottages, next to the wooden boats of different periods; the dim underground exhibition hall is like a wax museum, showing the life of the Dubai people.
However, this is the real Dubai. A nomadic nation discovered oil from the 1960s, oil in the 1970s, and developed Dubai in the first pot of gold earned in the 1980s, just a few decades ago.
I think this museum may be used by Dubai people to remember the sweetness? Remind yourself that you have lived hard, cherish the present and continue to work hard to develop the national economy.
If you have time to go to Dubai, you can visit the Dubai Museum. Here is a history of Dubai and a lot of content.
The museum ground center is an old ship, entering from the side door, you need to buy 3 Dirham tickets. Then there are some real scenes on the ground floor to introduce the life of Dubai. After entering the basement, the content is more abundant, and how Dubai developed in the long river. And also some scenes are also very funny.
Dubai National Museum The Dubai Museum, built in 1798, was officially established as the National Museum of Dubai in 1971. Formerly known as the Al-Faheidi Fortress, it was once the royal palace, the fortress and the ancient castle of Haiphong. It is the oldest building in Dubai.
Address: Al Fihidi Fort
The Dubai Museum is housed in Al Fahidi Fort, a famous historical building south of Dubai Creek. It once served as a military fortress tasked with guarding Dubai and was later converted into a museum to showcase the history of the Bedouin ancestors of the Arab people. The museum houses a unique antique merchant house and an antique market on the ground floor, which recreates in vivid detail scenes from the daily lives of the ancient Arabs.