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Sheikh Zayed Palace Museum

Known as the Al Ain Palace Museum, the former home of the late UAE founder, Sheikh Zayed Bin Sultan Al Nahyan, the Palace was once a political and social hub. Built in 1937 and then renovated in 1998, the building finally became a museum in 2001. Now creatively restored, the museum houses a large collection of material about the ruling family. Visitors can tour the private rooms and gardens once occupied by the Father of the Nation.

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    Free Entry

Ajman Museum

A museum, which illustrates aspects of Ajmans past and convey the reality of UAE life in different eras with an assortment of photographs, weapons, tools, artifacts and images portraying the way of life in the past.

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    Open now : 08:00 - 20:00 |   Free Entry
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Sharjah Museum of Islamic Civilization

Sharjah Museum of Islamic Civilization, the first of its kind in the UAE. Situated right at the historical heart of Sharjah in Al Majarrah area, this fascinating Museum started its life as a traditional Middle Eastern souk or indoor market. The building now houses more than 5,000 exquisite artefacts from all over the Islamic World, and hosts regular exhibitions and internationally renowned displays of Islamic masterpieces.

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    Open now : 08:00 - 20:00 |   Starting From  10  AED
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Fujairah Museum

An old-school local-history museum which record the ancestral history and heritage over time through significant collection of archaeological finds including vessels, arrowheads and carnelian beads. With halls that has baroque-style ceilings and crammed with ethnographic items like weapons, costumes and Bedouin jewellery.

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    Open now : 08:00 - 18:30 |   Starting From  5  AED
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Hatta Heritage Village

The village is a historical monument which is a magnet for tourists from all over the world, where it hosts the events of UAE National Day, Dubai Shopping Festival and Flag Day among others. Contains buildings and shops selling traditional heritage collection and farms with water canal.

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    Open now : 08:00 - 20:30 |   Free Entry
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Ras Al Khaimah National Museum

This local-history museum occupies a 19th-century fort that was the residence of the Qawassim rulers until 1964. Behind ornate wooden doors awaits the usual ethnological assortment as well as artifacts from archeological digs in the area, including at Julfar, an important port between the 14th and 17th centuries. Gems include intricately patterned Iron Age soft stone vessels and terracotta urns.

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    Open now : 08:00 - 18:00 |   Starting From  5  AED
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Antique Museum Dubai

Antique Museum is a colourful bazaar packed with knick-knacks and furniture from all over the world. Based in Al Quoz, it is so well hidden that it takes a little while to find it – but it is well worth the hunt if you have time on your hands and enjoy digging around for treasure. Inside, the maze of passageways reminded us of Ali Babas cavern – dark, dusty, and crammed with a vast array of glittering trinkets. Alongside the antiques, we found bamboo bowls, plates, porcelain cups, Russian dolls, dream catchers (designed to catch bad dreams), wooden statues, and endless other decorative bits and pieces. All imported from India, Turkey, Southeast Asia, and other areas of the Middle East, this has to be one of the most unique places to browse and buy in Dubai.

Category: Museums

    Open now : 09:00 - 20:30 |   Free Entry
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Coffee museum

Inspired by the significance of coffee to different cultures and country coffee museum through the centuries is the theme of Dubai’s Coffee Museum, which allows visitors to view the rituals of serving the popular beverage and to taste it. Located at villa No 44, a traditional Emirati home in Bur Dubai’s Al Fahidi historical district, the visitor get enthralled by the familiar aroma of freshly brewed coffee.

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    Open now : 09:00 - 17:00 |   Free Entry
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Coins Museum

The Coins Museum is located in Al Fahidi Historical Neighbourhood near the Ruler's Divan in Bur Dubai and has been converted into a Museum for Coins in 2004, consisting of two floors, and built of coral, stone, plaster, chandal wood, leaves and trunks of palm trees and teakwood. The museum visitors will have the chance to discover coins belonging to different historical eras. The museum is equipped with special display cabinets and magnifying screens for each coin as well as touch screens with electronic drop-down lists containing detailed information on each coin, in regards to its shape, size, metal, method and date of minting, words written on it, and the images and shapes it contains. The museum also includes eight main display rooms; the first room displays information about the history of coins, the second room displays 16 coins of Arab-Sasanian Dirhams that were used in the age of the Rashidun Caliphate and Umayyad Caliphate, the third room has 64 Dinars and Dirhams that were used in the Umayyad Caliphate, the fourth room displays 115 pieces of Dinars and Dirhams that were used in the Abbasid Caliphate, the fifth room includes 45 pieces of coins minted in Egypt, the Levant and Turkey, the sixth room displays 91 pieces of coins minted in Iraq and the Islamic Orient region, the seventh room contains 22 pieces of coins minted in North Africa and Andalusia, and finally the eighth room contains 102 coins minted in the Arabian Peninsula and the United Arab Emirates.

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    Open now : 08:00 - 14:00 |   Free Entry
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Crossroads of Civilizations Museum

The Crossroads of Civilizations Museum is now home to my personal collection of historic artifacts and manuscripts. The collection highlights the history of the region in particular and the development of humanity in general. I invite you to explore the world beyond today; a path across civilizations.

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    Open now : 08:00 - 20:00 |   Starting From  30  AED
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