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This is a piece of history which can be experienced in the present. It captures the soul of Etihad (unity) at the founding of the Emirates as a state. Calm, quiet and a peaceful setting. Informative yet not overwhelming.
If visiting Al Jahili fort, this makes a good follow-on attraction, it is only5 minutes away and open 2 hours later than the fort. It was the home of Sheik Zayed's family, he himself was born there form here you can trace the journey of...More
The Al Ain Palace Museum is located on the edge of Al Ain Oasis on its western side, the former home of the founder of the United Arab Emirates, the late Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan, and a centre for political and social activities....More
Go back to the roots of Abu Dhabi, this fascinating insight into how it began is well worth a visit, it adjoins the Oasis and gives a real look into the history of Abu Dhabi. The Al Nayan family tree is truly amazing, and the...More
Well worth a visit. The security guard gave us a tour, which was very interesting. Most of it is reproduction. Nevertheless, you get a sense of what life would have been like for the ruling family when they resided here all those decades ago.
Great pls e to visit for any culture ot8a national holder. As we were living in this great country for long years & baba Zayed is one of my father figure hero it was a great e experience learn of this great man and his...More
Also known as the Al Ain Palace Museum, the Sheik Zayed Palace Museum is a well restored and well curated Museum which used to be the ancestral home of Sheik Zayed. Despite the age, it is astonishingly well restored and gives visitors a glimpse of...More