The Sharjah Archaeological Museum is a permanent archive of all archeological material found in the country of the Sheikh Sharjah. Tourists can learn about the area's inhabitants from the Stone Age through the display of unearthed artifacts
By visiting this museum, I have a deep understanding of how the Bedou people lived before they found the stone. I also saw the gorgeous Arabic art, superb craftsmanship, long-standing traditions and daily life of the locals.
Sharjah is next door to Dubai. I feel that Sharjah is not as well developed as Dubai. There are no high-rise buildings. In Sharjah, you can learn more about the life of civilians in the UAE. This museum also has a good explanation and is worth visiting!
Sheikh Sultan bin Muhammad Al-Qasimi (Sultan bin Muhammad Al-Qasimi), the chief of Sharjah, has long attached importance to the development of education, Islamic culture and cultural relics protection. In 1998, the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) granted Sharjah the title of "Cultural Capital of the Arab World" in recognition of its outstanding achievements in the field of culture and education.
Good place to learn
The Archaeological Museum of Sharjah is the archives of the emirate of Sharjah. Through exhibits such as handmade products, coins, jewelry, pottery, and ancient weapons, the residents of Sharjah emirates have undergone environmental changes from the Stone Age to the present day. Through this, we can also further understand the history, culture and economy of the United Arab Emirates, and understand the historical connections and changes between the emirates. The appearance of the entire exhibition hall is also very characteristic of Arab architecture.
If Dubai is a businessman, then Sharjah is a scholar. Sharjah, awarded the title of "Cultural Capital of the Arab World" by UNESCO, has a rich cultural atmosphere, from the royal family's passion for art and culture, to the overall education level of Sharjah citizens, which is also the highest in the Arab world. What Sharjah is proud of are 9 world-class museums, which contain collections of UAE artworks with unique historical significance. The Science Museum, Natural History Museum, Archeology Museum and Islamic Museum all tell about the country’s long history, the people’s wisdom in transforming nature, and the country’s value for culture. Even public and private schools have become a life scene in Sharjah.