Al Shindagha Museum

Discover culture by the Creek
Set amidst the historic waters of the Dubai Creek, the newly opened Al Shindagha Museum tells the proud story of our nation’s past and reverent traditions.

Make your way down to Al Shindagha Museum’s 'Dubai Creek: Birth of a City', a state-of-the-art multimedia experience, guiding visitors through the area’s dramatic development over centuries. The carefully-curated tour features interactive videos, touch displays and historic photographs and artefacts so visitors can gain insight into what it was like for Emiratis to raise a family by the waterways, and how maritime trade affected their livelihoods.

Afterwards, stop by the Perfume House and discover the story behind Emirati fragrances. It highlights how scents played an integral role in the nation’s history with a legacy that still lives on today. Exhibits showcase traditional techniques and ingredients with photographs, special tools, educational videos and historical artefacts such as the late Sheikha Sheikha Bint Saeed bin Maktoum Al Maktoum’s special perfume bottle. The intricately carved glass bottle contains a custom-made blend of fragrance oil from sandalwood and rose.

Breathing new life to one of the city’s oldest neighbourhoods, Al Shindagha Museum offers an inimitable glimpse into Dubai’s vibrant past.
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Al Shindagha Museum
Set amidst the historic waters of the Dubai Creek, the newly opened Al Shindagha Museum tells the proud story of our nation’s past and reverent traditions.

Make your way down to Al Shindagha Museum’s 'Dubai Creek: Birth of a City', a state-of-the-art multimedia experience, guiding visitors through the area’s dramatic development over centuries. The carefully-curated tour features interactive videos, touch displays and historic photographs and artefacts so visitors can gain insight into what it was like for Emiratis to raise a family by the waterways, and how maritime trade affected their livelihoods.

Afterwards, stop by the Perfume House and discover the story behind Emirati fragrances. It highlights how scents played an integral role in the nation’s history with a legacy that still lives on today. Exhibits showcase traditional techniques and ingredients with photographs, special tools, educational videos and historical artefacts such as the late Sheikha Sheikha Bint Saeed bin Maktoum Al Maktoum’s special perfume bottle. The intricately carved glass bottle contains a custom-made blend of fragrance oil from sandalwood and rose.

Breathing new life to one of the city’s oldest neighbourhoods, Al Shindagha Museum offers an inimitable glimpse into Dubai’s vibrant past.
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