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Museum Salalah

Al Balid Archaeological Park, Salalah 211, Oman
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Al Balid Archaeological Park, Salalah 211, Oman
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Reviewed 26 June 2017

Excellent exhibition lots of useful information. Shame we were not allowed to take photos without flash, it would be nice to remember it all. I would encourage all to visit this museum it is full of information. The frankincense brought at the shop are excellent...More

Thank Nasrin2407
Reviewed 11 June 2017 via mobile

Albleed is s delightful park with ruins that show interesting history of the Middle East and Oman especially. A recommended visit if you are in Salalah for Khareef season or for the beach season.

Thank Farah M
Reviewed 19 April 2017

I must admit to knowing little about Oman and wondering why we were stopping at this port on our cruise. This museum, for me and for most of the others in our group was a revelation of understanding how impressive is this small nation and...More

Thank Jim S
Reviewed 6 April 2017

In the entire museum, we found that Naval portion which displays the old boats and their equipment is the best. This has good collection of old ships and replicas of various warships and ships from various generations. Another portion which depicts various stones and minerals...More

Thank ArvindYerram
Reviewed 12 February 2017

I would prefer some more information on incense.The Marine section is very well presented with interesting details.

1  Thank chrisrouen2016
Reviewed 17 November 2016

Salalah is an unspoiled location trying to become a tourist destination. We arrrived by ship (commercial port) and did a half day tour which including a stop at the Museum.It is located at a archaeological site current being excavated. The Museum is small and well...More

1  Thank Audjob
Reviewed 23 October 2016

The history of this place is very special, it is very interesting describes the culture of the country , it is highly recommended for the history lovers ..

1  Thank Mohamed K
Reviewed 18 October 2016

Nice museum, You will be need cca 1 hour. Inside is banned make a photos. Museum is clean and nice place where You will be know Omanś history.

1  Thank Pavol14
Reviewed 12 August 2016 via mobile

The museum is right beside the frankesence trail city.Its got relics from 700 ad and also talks a lot about the ship building industry and Oman's sailors.It had been made tastefully.Though small and will take you maximum of an hour to see all stuff.There is...More

1  Thank anjanak64
Reviewed 25 May 2016

I visited here about an hour before closing time but the frankinsense museum adjoining was already closed - guess the good Omani government workers had to get home early. : ? ) The grounds are quite interesting, even though the individual structures of the old...More

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Bhanutk
24 September 2015|
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Response from speaktruly | Reviewed this property |
Hi, Sorry I cant tell you what days they are open but I would recommend you allow at least 2-3 hours to see and read about the various displays.
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