Al Shindagha Museum Tickets
Al Shindagha Museum Tickets
Al Shindagha Museum Tickets
Al Shindagha Museum Tickets
Al Shindagha Museum Tickets
Al Shindagha Museum Tickets
Al Shindagha Museum Tickets
Al Shindagha Museum Tickets
Al Shindagha Museum Tickets
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Al Shindagha Museum Tickets

Activity Provider : Al Shindagha Museum

Experience the cultural side of Dubai and learn more about the city’s history at Al Shindagha Museum. Explore the former residence of Sheikh Saeed Al Maktoum, the ruler of Dubai until 1958, and uncover the opulence of their lifestyle. Gain insight into the city's royal heritage while walking through the beautifully restored rooms. Don't miss out on the opportunity to experience the traditional art of perfume making at the Perfume House, where you'll be transported into a world of scents that once filled the bustling souks. Book your Al Shindagha Museum Tickets with TicketsToDo and prepare for a journey through time like no other! Children aged 5 years can enter free.

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Last Updated: 11th Jun 2024
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Opening Hours:

Monday 10:00 AM – 8:00 PM
Tuesday 10:00 AM – 8:00 PM
Wednesday 10:00 AM – 8:00 PM
Thursday 10:00 AM – 8:00 PM
Friday 10:00 AM – 8:00 PM
Saturday 10:00 AM – 8:00 PM
Sunday 10:00 AM – 8:00 PM
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Highlights

  • Dubai Creek: It is a state-of-the-art multimedia experience that guides visitors through the area's dramatic development over centuries. The carefully-curated tour features interactive videos, touch displays, photographs, and artifacts so visitors can gain insight into what it was like for Emiratis to raise a family by the waterways and how maritime trade affected their livelihoods.

    The Perfume House highlights how scents played an integral role in the country's history, with a legacy that still lives on today. Visitors can explore Emirati culture via scent and learn stories associated with the perfumes that influenced trade within the Emirates.

    The House of Diving tells the story of pearl diving, once a major industry in Dubai. Visitors can learn about the tools and techniques used by divers and the dangers they face.

    The House of Sheikh Saeed Al Maktoum was the home of the ruler of Dubai from 1912 to 1958. It has been restored to its original condition and is now a museum that tells the story of Sheikh Saeed's life and reign.

    The Heritage Village is a collection of traditional Emirati houses and shops that have been relocated to the museum grounds. Visitors can wander through the village and learn about traditional Emirati life.

What To Expect

Nestled within the charming lanes of the Al Shindagha district, Al Shindagha Museum beckons curious souls to embark on a captivating voyage through Dubai's vibrant history and culture. 

The museum's splendid collection of artifacts chronicles Dubai's incredible journey, from the days of pearl diving to its current status as a global metropolis. Each exhibit is a window into a different chapter of the city's evolution. 

Discover the incredible tale of Dubai's transformation from a small fishing village to a bustling urban center by visiting the beautiful Dubai Creek. 

At The House of Sheikh Saeed Al Maktoum, you'll get the chance to delve into the fascinating life of a visionary ruler who was instrumental in shaping the city's destiny. 

The Perfume House is another exhibit that weaves a fragrant tale, unraveling the captivating history of perfume-making in the UAE. And for those seeking a more immersive experience, the VR activity whisks them back to the heyday of pearl diving, an industry that once defined Dubai's prosperity.

Beyond the captivating exhibits, the museum's heritage village awaits exploration. Here, traditional Emirati houses and shops have found a new home, allowing visitors to connect with the city's heritage on a deeper level.

To round off the journey, a delightful gift shop entices authentic souvenirs and Emirati handicrafts, while the charming café tantalizes taste buds with delectable traditional Emirati cuisine and drinks.

Al Shindagha Museum is a beacon of knowledge, carefully curated to delight and educate visitors of all ages. With engaging and interactive displays, this cultural haven promises an unforgettable experience, enriching hearts and minds with the essence of Dubai's captivating past.

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Cancellation Policy

  • Refunds and cancellations are not applicable for these tickets.

Rules

  • Photography is allowed for personal use only.
  • Photography for commercial purposes is prohibited without a prior permit application.

Know Before You Go

Entry & Services

  • Monday-Sunday: 10:00 AM - 8:00 PM
  • Last Entry: 7:00 PM
  • A valid form of identification is required during the booking process and upon arrival.
  • Please collect your entry wristbands at Al Shindagha Museum Welcome Centre ( Visitors Center).
  • Kids below five years old enter free of charge.
  • Small backpacks and bags may be brought into the galleries.
  • Large backpacks must be checked in at the entrance.
  • The museum reserves the right to inspect any bag or parcel brought into the premises.
  • Security guards may conduct bag checks when you arrive.
  • Eating (including chewing gum), drinking, and smoking (including e-cigarettes) are prohibited.
  • If you carry food or any liquids, ensure they are properly sealed and always stay inside your bag.
  • Sketching and note-taking are welcome in the museum with dry media (pencil and erasers only). Crayons, markers, wet materials, and ink pens are prohibited in the galleries.
  • An adult must always accompany children aged 12 and under.
  • The last entry to the museum will be accepted at 7:00 PM.
  • Free Wi-Fi is available throughout the museum.
  • Wheelchairs and buggies area is available for complimentary use of PODs, elderlies, and pregnant ladies (subject to availability)

How To Use

  • You can present either a printed copy or a mobile e-ticket.
  • Al Shindagha Museum Tickets are only valid during the period specified in the selected package.
  • You can enter the attraction directly with this ticket.

Location

Al Shindagha Museum - Heritage Museum - Dubai - United Arab Emirates
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By car: You can drive to the museum using directions from Google Maps, and there are private parking spaces for the museum along Al Khaleej Street. City Centre Al Shindagha is the closest landmark to follow.

By Dubai Metro: The Al Ghubaiba Metro Station is opposite the museum's house: Dubai Creek: Birth of a City.

By Dubai Bus: You can reach the museum by taking a bus. The bus stop nearest to the museum is Al Shindagha (Shindagha Fort).

By Dubai Ferry: To Al Ghubaiba Station from any marine transportation point.

FAQs

  • Where is Al Shindagha Museum located?

    Al Shindagha Museum is in the historic Al Shindagha district of Dubai, United Arab Emirates.
     

  • What can I expect to see at Al Shindagha Museum?

    The museum offers a captivating experience, showcasing the heritage and evolution of Dubai. Visitors can explore beautifully restored rooms, exhibits on Dubai's maritime trade, traditional customs, and more

  • How can I book tickets for the Al Shindagha Museum?

    Tickets can be booked online through the official website or trusted ticketing platforms like TicketsToDo.

  • What is "The Pearling Odyssey" VR activity?

    "The Pearling Odyssey" is a virtual reality experience at the museum that takes visitors on a historical journey back to when pearl diving was a major industry in Dubai.
     

  • Is there a dress code for visiting the museum?

    There is no strict dress code, but it's advisable to dress modestly to show respect for the local culture.

     

  • Is photography allowed inside the museum?

    Photography rules may vary, so one must inquire about photography restrictions at the entrance or information desk.

  • Is the Al Shindagha Museum suitable for children?

    Yes, the museum offers engaging exhibits for all ages, making it a family-friendly destination.
     

     

  • Are there any dining options inside the museum?

    Some museums have on-site cafes or restaurants, but checking in advance or exploring nearby dining options is recommended.