Explore Dubai’s past

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Dubai is filled with historical treasures, museums and heritage areas that take you on a journey to the past. Tour centuries-old structures and learn of Dubai’s Bedouin and pearl-trading past in a visit to Heritage Village and Dubai Museum in the historic Al Fahidi Fort.

The Sheikh Mohammed Centre for Cultural Understanding (SMCCU) is a renowned place to gain a better understanding of Emirati culture and heritage, while Sheikh Saeed Al-Maktoum’s House served as residence of the ruling family and Dubai’s visionary founder. Make your way to Etihad Museum for a journey through the UAE’s formation and head to Saruq Al-Hadid for a trip back to the Iron Age.

Al Badiyah Mosque

Also known as Ottoman mosque. It is the oldest mosque in UAE. It was built in the 15th century.

Heritage Village Dubai

Even if its not very old because it was build in 1997. This historical neighborhood from Dubai wants to remind the old times in those places.You can see old traditions and habits of people who lived here.

Al Bithnah Fort

AL BITHNAH FORT considered one of the most important forts in the east part of UAE

Sharjah Museum of Islamic Civilization

It has 5000 artifacts that will help you better understand this civilization and it will also offer you another perspective of islam.

Burj Khalifa

Historical building for UAE because it is the tallest structure that was ever built by humans.

Jumeirah Mosque

One of the most photograped and appreciated mosque from dubai area.

Sheikh Saeed Al Maktoum House

If you want to see the images of the old town dubai and artifacts you can see that if you visit here because it was transformed into a museum.

Burj Al Arab

Opened in 1999. It was the most luxurious Hotel in the worls. Having $7.8 billion. It is also the top 3 tallest building in the world.

Sharjah Art Museum

It has the historical meaning because of old, modern and contemporary art in UAE.