Dubai museum



Dubai museum

the official website of Easy Go Travel and Tourism provides information about Dubai Museum

 Al Fahidi Fort, which was inaugurated by the Ruler of Dubai on May 12, 1971, to display traditional life in the emirate of Dubai.

In addition to antiques, local antiques and handicrafts from Asian and African countries associated with the former carpentry in Dubai, the museum also displays the way of life in Dubai before the discovery of oil, in addition to the newly discovered monuments that date back to 3000 BC.

The museum is one of the most important tourist places in Dubai


The best things to do at Dubai Museum

• You can see the entrance of the museum, which is located inside the old castle of Dubai, which was restored in the seventies of the last century to become the incubator of the museum and the visitor gate of the country's history


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You will see through the articles on the Easy Go website and explain inside the museum a journey through the times when Dubai, including the port and crossing for ships between the continents, and the local economy of Dubai, which was dependent on fishing and pearl picking

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You can also see the private building that relies on wind towers as a very unique cooling method for residential buildings.

• See maps, ancient documents and many wax statues of humans and animals

To depict the ancient Bedouin life of the pre-20th century Emirati complex


Visit times according to the latest update to Easy Go Travel and Tourism

The museum is open all days of the week, from Saturday to Thursday from 8:30 am to 20:30 pm.

Friday is from 2:30 pm to 20:30 pm.


Dubai museum ticket prices

AED 3 for adults. One dirham for children under 16 years of age.

For more information on changing prices, visit the official Dubai Museum website







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