Sharjah Museum of Islamic Civilization, nestled along a waterfront in an impressive souq, allows one to dive deep into the roots of Arab and Islamic culture. The galleries on the ground floor exhibit various angles of Islamic faith, from their scientific accomplishments in astronomy and mathematics to their rituals and significance of the hajj.
Covering a vast area, this Natural History Museum and Desert Park is a well-maintained place comprising of three sections namely: the Natural History Museum, Arabian Wildlife Centre and the Children's Farm. The museum holds the opportunity for people of all ages to learn about Arabian Desert's flora and fauna through its five major exhibition halls: Man and the Environment, A Journey through Time, A Journey through Sharjah, and The Living Desert and The Living Sea.
Described as a piece of gem of the art world, Sharjah Arts Museum is the largest arts museum in U.A.E. Established in year 1997; this building houses a permanent collection and a section of temporary exhibits. The permanent collection features the impressive artwork from the Ruler of Sharjah, HH Dr. Sheikh Sultan bin Mohammed Al QassimiÍs collection.
Sharjah Archaeology Museum, as understood by its name, is a place where tourist can learn about the history of Sharjah through its well-preserved archaeological records. Sharjah Archaeology Museum displays a story of existence, the city of Sharjah through its fascinating exhibits going as far as Stone Age.
Sharjah Science Museum was established in U.A.E with a goal to educate and create enthusiasm among kids and people of all ages regarding science. The museum uses the amusing methodology of interactive sessions and displays for exploring life, space, science experiments and various other fields.
Visiting these museums will let you learn about the traditions and cultures of Sharjah as well as the country itself. These are must visit places for art and history enthusiasts.
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