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Al Shindagha Museum Tickets
All Age Price : AED 50
Immerse yourself in the authentic Emirati history and culture at Al Shindagha Museum.
Explore the cluster of 21 meticulously preserved Houses, packed with a mix of immersive audio-visual experiences, art objects, photographs, and other displays.
Learn about the region’s heritage, get a closer look at the vast collection of Emirati jewelry pieces, and explore the traditional healthcare system.
The museum's attractions are divided into three distinct themes: Government and Society, Living off the Sea and Land, and Creativity & Well Being.
Experience a festive cultural extravaganza, delight in food, shopping, and family-friendly activities.
Entry ticket to Al Shindagha Museum
Access to its 21 Houses or Pavilions
Services of trained cultural guides
Pick up and drop off transfer
Explore and Learn About All 21 Homes in the Al Shindagha Museum
Your admission ticket grants you access to the Al Shindagha Museum and all of its working facilities. There are a total of 21 houses that tell the story of Emirati culture. Explore The Al Maktoum House to learn about the humble beginnings of this metropolis and its progressive ascent, particularly under the rule of His Highness Saeed bin Maktoum Al Maktoum, the former ruler of Dubai. The Al Maktoum Mansion is surprising, full of historical information and human anecdotes that bring the royal family's personalities to life. Apart from that, the other houses also beautifully portray the social, religious, traditional, and economic journey of the nation's proud Emirati culture.
The Traditional Craft House
The houses in this large museum meet the preferences of tourists across a broad spectrum. Those who enjoy art and crafts, for instance, should treat themselves to a trip to the Traditional Craft House. You can find handicrafts here as well as examples of time-honed techniques for producing ceramics, kitchenware, textiles, and jewelry out of solely conventional materials. The clearest illustration of this is how the date palm, sometimes known as the Tree of Life, was used to create beautiful and inventive products.
The Perfume House
This house was intriguing because it was also the former home of the late Sheikha Shaikha bint Saeed bin Maktoum Al Maktoum, a famous perfume maker, and the aunt to ’s current ruler Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum. This House bears witness to the long-standing role of perfume-making in Emirati culture. Other houses like Beauty and Adornment, Traditional Jewelry, Traditional Healthcare, Community Hall, and the Children’s House, all reflect the many different shades of Dubai and its rich heritage.
A Fascinating Multimedia Experience of the Creek
Get a deeper insight into the history and development. Feel as if you are setting sail across the centuries to a time when present society was just beginning to take shape on the shimmering waters of its creek. Enjoy a state-of-the-art multimedia experience inside the immersive cinema experience of the very place that bore witness to international trade. A sensory experience that narrates the universal tale of the power of the human spirit to build a successful city by taking wisdom from the past.
Assistance of Expert Cultural Guides
With so much to explore and see in the museum, it can be an overwhelming experience to cover them all in a few hours. But, the presence of friendly and trained local guides makes it easier for you to discover the museum’s both major highlights and hidden gems. That’s not all, they make sure that you admire these displays while gaining an in-depth understanding of each of them.
Location: Al Shindagha Museum, 288 - Dubai
Operating Hours: Daily: 10am to 8pm (last admission at 7pm)
Approximate Duration: 1 hour
Your voucher will be emailed to you instantly.
Display the voucher on your mobile phone with a valid photo ID at the attraction.
Children under 3 years will be considered as infants and entry will be free of cost.
The closest metro station is Al Ghubaiba metro Station. It is a quick 4-minute walk to the attraction from the metro. Board line MGrn (Green line) to get you here.
The closest bus stop is Al Ghubaiba Metro Bus Stop. It is an 8-minute walk to the attraction.
Board buses 8, 95, C09, X02, or X13 to get here.
The closest Ferry stop is Al Ghubaiba Marine transport station. It is a quick 4-minute walk to the attraction.
Board Ferry FR1 to get here.
Facilities: Wheelchair Accessibility, Accessibility for pregnant women.