By Nihan Ashraf 27/01/2023
Museums In Dubai
It is close to Dubai Creek, one of the city's most traditional neighbourhoods. The Al Fahidi Fort, which houses this museum, was built in 1787.
The Etihad Museum is the newest and most magnificent museum in the city. The museum chronicles the history of the UAE.
Hatta Heritage Village, located on the outskirts of Dubai, has a rich history dating back 2000-3000 years. It was renovated and opened to the public in 2001.
Hatta Heritage Village
The Sheikh Saeed Al Maktoum House was built in 1896 in Al Shindagha. It is extremely significant in Dubai's history.
Sheikh Saeed Al Maktoum House
Al Bastakiya in Al Hamriya, Bur Dubai, provides information on Dubai's old neighbourhood. It shows life before skyscrapers.
The Coffee Museum in Al Fahidi Historical Neighborhood, Al Bastakiya, uses antiques to tell the regional and international history of coffee.
The Saruq Al-Hadid Museum, located in Dubai's ancient Shindagha area, depicts the Iron Age in Dubai.
Saruq Al-Hadid Museum
The museum opened in 2019 and demonstrate how technology will evolve over the following two decades. The Dubai Future Foundation created it.
Museum of the Future
Dubai's Naid Museum is at a former prison and police station in Deira. Dubai's police and judiciary systems are on display in the museum.
It has a long history of producing some of the world's finest pearls. The Pearl Museum today houses many of these natural wonders.