All facets of Emirati history, heritage, and traditions are displayed throughout the Al Shindagha Museum’s 21 tastefully decorated houses or pavilions at the Al Shindagha Historic District. Both the exhibits and the museum’s environment, which is hidden away among the charming alleys not far from the legendary Dubai Creek, are impressive. It is one of the best places to find the cultural treasures of the Emirates.
Visit the Al Maktoum Residence—the then ruler of Dubai, Sheikh Saeed Al Maktoum, lived in the area. the Perfume House, and other residences.
You can discover the traditional art of creating perfumes and scented oils using natural ingredients at the Perfume House, in addition to learning about the significance of scents in Emirati culture. You will learn about traditional jewelry, food, crafts, and healthcare.
Experience Dubai’s evolution through cleverly designed experiences.
The museum uses state-of-the-art audio-visual methods and great installations to tell the story of almost every aspect of Emirati history and culture.
Experience all at its best as you drop into the houses or pavilions, particularly Dubai Creek Birth
Expert cultural guides’ Assistance-It can be overwhelming to see everything there is to see and do in the museum in a short amount of time.
However, the presence of friendly and trained local guides makes it easier to discover the museum’s major highlights as well as hidden gems.
They also make sure that you can appreciate these exhibits while learning all about them.