Dubai Culture

 Cultures and Groups / by Jaafar Shaikh / 42 views

There are permanent and temporary halls, a theatre, an educational area, and a recreation area at Etihad Museum Dubai, which is divided into eight pavilions. The visitors get a glimpse of the UAE’s rich heritage and life before the treaty exploring the events from 1968 to the culmination of the unification of the Emirates in 1971 through 1974. It was designed by Moriyama and Teshima Architects, a Canadian firm that has worked on The Canadian War Museum in Ottawa, Aga Khan Museum in Toronto, and Waterloo Region Museum in Kitchener, Ontario.
In Dubai, museums reflect the rich Arabic heritage and culture that the city has absorbed since its inception. These museums are the best way to let visitors see what Dubai initially was- a nomadic trading and fishing village, established in the 17th century and how ancient traditions and culture shaped the city and made it what it is today- a symbol of 21st-century futuristic aspirations, leadership, unity, and a melting pot of cultures.

  • Listing ID: 9894
Contact details

Dubai Design District, Building 2, level 6 & 7th Floor,United Arab Emirates,00000 80033222

Contact this listing owner