Make new discoveries about the UAE's proud heritage
Discover the contemporary history of the United Arab Emirates at one of Dubai’s foremost cultural offerings. The Etihad Museum is located in a magnificent building in Jumeirah, offering a series of interactive pavilions where visitors can explore UAE history. Through photos, films and more, visitors can learn how the country has developed through the years, especially between 1968 and 1974.
The Dubai Frame is one of the city’s most famous attractions for visitors and residents alike. Much like the Burj Khalifa and Burj Al Arab's iconic structures, the building's landmark location in Zabeel Park provides sweeping panoramic views of the city. At 150m tall and 93m wide with a bridge connecting the two towers, Dubai Frame has a unique concept to its structure.
Tucked away in Al Fahidi Historical Neighbourhood, the cosy XVA Art Hotel features 14 unique and individual rooms that showcase the architectural and cultural motifs of the region. The vibrant destination is also popular for its internationally acclaimed art gallery and award-winning restaurant. The famous XVA Café offers a selection of regionally inspired vegetarian options in the courtyards or dining room, as well as room service for the guests in the hotel rooms.
A trip to Dubai isn't complete without a trip to the famous Gold Souk, one of the oldest and most fascinating traditional markets in the emirate. Whether you’re just browsing, or genuinely on the hunt for even the slightest amount of precious gold, walk through the glittering Gold Souk to find designs from around the world crafted in a variety of carats.
Whether you’re searching for authentic souvenirs, gifts or bargains, Naif Souk might just be your undiscovered retail paradise. What was once a camel market is now a hub buzzing with activity, especially during the evenings. You must visit the Naif Souk during this busy time to experience the excitement and liveliness of the traditional shopping atmosphere.