Al Shindagha Museum is located in the Dubai Historical District next to Dubai Creek. The museum is divided into three pavilions: Governance and Society, Creativity and Well-Being, Living off the Land and Sea. It can show you the story of Dubai Chief Al Maktoum and his family, how to turn a small fishing village in Dubai Bay into a metropolis that has attracted worldwide attention. In addition, it also focuses on introducing marine culture, land culture, and how the UAE people are Living. The Perfume Museum next to it is actually more innovative. It will show you the Arab people’s love of spices since ancient times. There are many sources of spices (agarwood) that will refresh our perception of perception. The exhibits are exquisite and expensive, worth talking about for 2 hours. Let’s take a look at the above and take you to understand the magic of Dubai.
Here is a collection of two museums. Perfume and river. Not bad, the tickets are not expensive. Staff are friendly
#Dubai Travel # Sindaga Museum ｜ Dubai's glorious history was only a small fishing village before the oil was discovered. A half century later, various leading international buildings rose in high-rise buildings, forming a splendid new urban area of Dubai. A river that divides Dubai into two is fascinating, but the history of the old city is worth exploring. Recommended to visit the Sindaga Museum in the old town of Dubai. There is a perfume museum inside, you can buy the special oils and perfumes, and you can learn more about the history of the spices in Dubai. Love the multimedia room in the museum, the future is full! Visitors can view the development of the Dubai River through video, historical photos and cultural relics. Ticket price: Adult 15 Dirhams; Children 10 Dirhams; Free Open Time Under 5: Saturday to Thursday, 7:30~21:00; Friday, 15:00 - 21:30
Dubai Travel | Dubai Bay Museum of Sindaga is located at the beach of Dubai Bay. There are two open areas, Perfume Museum and Dubai River Museum. It is a special favorite perfume museum, Dubai is a historical place for spice import, with rich spice materials. Not only can the museum smell the perfume, know the various spice raw materials and the production process, but also can learn the history and use of the spice through some interactive, film and so on! In the Sindaga museum, the city is born, and the exhibition hall breaks the traditional museum's text and pictures, and vividly presents the city's development through interactive video, mirror, 3d images, etc. If you want to know Dubai better, then you must come here ～ Address: NearHouseofSheikhSaeedAlMaktoum,Dubai$ Ticket price: Adult 15 Dirhams, Children 10 Dirhams Open Time: Saturday to Thursday, 7:30—21:00; Friday, 15:00—21:30
Explore the Sindaga Museum | Experience the glorious history of Dubai Walk along the banks of Dubai Bay, and encounter the newly opened Sindaga Museum in a complex of buildings. Fang Fangzheng's appearance is novel and fashionable, and friends who like to take pictures can come here to check in. The Sindaga Museum is the proud past and present of the UAE. Although it is located in a historical district, the interior of the museum is quite state-of-the-art, and it is very pleasing to visit alone. Currently, two areas, the Perfume Museum and the Dubai Creek Museum, are opened. The Dubai Creek Museum uses multimedia to show the development process of Dubai Creek. The great changes over the past centuries are through interactive videos, touch screen displays, historical photos and cultural relics. Present. In the Perfume Museum, the importance of perfume to Dubai is displayed. Dubai has been an important area for perfume imports since ancient times. The museum is filled with the aroma of essential oils, and the customized essential oils carried in the exquisite glass products are all the crystallization of traditional craftsmanship and wisdom. There is a priceless agarwood in the exhibition hall, which opened my eyes. Knowledge of the production process and usage methods of various spices is a rare experience for those who love incense. In the past, the Perfume Museum was actually the place where the princess lived. Because of her love for perfume, it was donated to the government and developed into a perfume museum. Address: Near House of Sheikh Saeed Al Maktoum, Dubai Ticket price: 15 dirhams for adults; 10 dirhams for children; free for under 5 years old. Opening hours: Saturday to Thursday, 7:30-21:00; Friday, 15:00-21:30