More displays and content is needed to make it worthwhile coming here A good try but it can be covered in under 20 minutes which is not good for someone who took the effort to go there specially
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Nicely designed museum with a ticket of Dh.5/- per visitor. Majority of items on display are extracted from the seabed. Some old coins and weapons are also on display.
The museum is that of an interesting conglomerate of two-storey buildings surrounding a central courtyard. The big rectangular tower is the most impressive feature and a smaller tower occupies the opposite corner. Another prominent building is the wind tower, representing the traditional air conditioning of...More
This seems like an old fort converted into a museum. The entry is 5 dhs per person but for a family there is a fixed charge of 15 dhs. The fort has been restored & the rooms still have the classic look & feel. In...More
You are more or less left to your devices once you pay and get your ticket. No map or guide or details of any type are given. It was fun seeing so many doors, and discovering which ones would open to a room of history...More
The museum is a small quaint gem which s well worth a visit. The entry fee is 5 Dirhams which is very reasonable. The museum used to be the home of the Sheikh in the region and now has been turned into a museum. The...More
If you are in RAK - you can think of visiting it. Visit in the late afternoon so that you can take a walk to the nearby beach in the evening.
The museum is located in a traditional style building. I recommend the museum for the people who like the archeology and traditional exhibitions
Must visit...just to appreciate the historic perspective of this great Emirate. Artifacts are well presented in a number of rooms around a courtyard. Open on all days of the week including Fridays. AED 5 per person and the Family Ticket makes the entry even cheaper.