The Louvre is the first art and civilisation museum of its kind in the United Arab Emirates, and was established on November 8, 2017. Located on the Saadiyat Island in the capital of the United Arab Emirates, this cultural landmark has the advantage of being part of the Saadiyat Cultural District.
A beautiful structure sitting 45 kilometres south of Abu Dhabi is the Emirates National Auto Museum displaying a rich collection of cars.
An unusual pyramid-like structure nestled on the lonely highway in the desert of Abu Dhabi is Emirates National Auto Museum, a unique private collection of cars.
The Miraj Islamic Centre, located in the capital of the United Arab Emirates, features an exclusive collection of Islamic artworks and masterpieces from around the Muslim world. The museum opened in January 2015, and has a display of historical pieces from places like Egypt, Syria, Russia, India, Iran and Iraq.
For those interested in the heritage and history of Abu Dhabi, Al Ain National Museum is a must visit. Established in the year 1937, the Al Ain Museum also referred to as Al Ain Palace Museum, was once the prior residence of Sheikh Zayed Bin Sultan Al Nahyan, the late founder of UAE. Also serving as a political and social centre, the palace was refurbished in 1998 and was finally opened as a museum.
The Currency Museum in UAE showcases the historical paper notes, gold and silver coins which also include historic Indian rupees, as well as Saudi Arabian and Qatari riyals. Established in late 2013, the museum is entirely free to explore and learn about the currency of UAE.
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