Heritage Collections

Heritage Collections

Dubai Museum
Dubai Museum
Dubai Museum in Al Fahidi Fort, which once guarded the city's landward, approaches now houses typical scenes from traditional Arabian houses, schools and mosques as well as the spice souqs and people at work. The desert and the animals that inhabit it are presented in an interactive way that is fun for both adults and children. A huge room is dedicated to marine life and the activities of the pearl divers.
Dubai Mosques
Dubai Mosques
Dubai Mosques, the most majestic being Jumeirah Mosque. Built of stone in medieval Fatimid tradition with twin minarets and a majestic dome, the Jumeirah Mosque stands as a city landmark and is worth visiting, especially at night when it is fully illuminated.The Grand Mosque near the Ruler's Court in Bur Dubai boasts the city's tallest minaret at 70 metres, and 45 small domes in addition to nine large ones, making it a dominant landmark and place of worship.
Dubai Beaches
Dubai Beaches
Dubai has endless stretches of clean sandy beaches. Many of the five-star hotels have private beach clubs for residents, but you can use their facilities by paying a fixed price. There are also plenty of public open beaches along the length of Dubai. Most popular among these are the Jumeirah and Mamzar Beach Parks - both public parks offering a café and changing facilities, as well as areas for barbeques and picnics.
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