Al Ain National Museum

Al Ain National Museum-abudhabi

For those interested in the history and history of Abu Dhabi, Al Ain National Museum is a must-visit.æ
Established in the year 1937, the Al Ain Museum also referred to as Al Ain Palace Museum, was once the prior residence of Sheikh Zayed Bin Sultan Al Nahyan, the late person (who started a company) of UAE. Also serving as a political and social center, the palace was (fixed-up and like new) in 1998 and was finally opened as a museum. Today, the museum is divided into three major sections namely: archaeology, (writing about people) and gifts. Each section narrates the fascinating life story of UAE housing different interesting (old) objects including a collection of items about the ruling family. The scientific part shows a beautiful collection/creation of interesting (old) objects especially from the Hili Gardens located nearby. Museum also features many amazing and interesting materials such as Desert-living Arab jewelry, small (fake copy/pretending to be someone) of a traditional majlis, musical (devices that make music), weapons and one from Garn Bint Saud going back to first millennium BC. There is also a gift section, which displays (like nothing else in the world) mixed group of gifts presented to Shiekh Zayed Bin Sultan Al Nahyan over his lifetime. The collection includes silver knives, golden swords, and a golden palm tree. All the shows are subtitled in English and Arabic. Lied down snugly at the edge/edges of Al Ain (an area of water in a desert/a nice place surrounded by bad things), this artistically restored museum will allow its visitors to get a better understanding of the traditions and culture of the real Arabian world


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