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Best things to do in Dubai

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“18th-century fort housing a museum with multimedia exhibits on local history & cultural heritage.”
3 locals recommend
Museum
“If you want to know more about UAE cultural and history this is a must visit spot”
4 locals recommend
Museum
“Dubai Museum traces the city's growth with innovative multi-media displays showing crafts, ecology and the way people lived. The Gold Souq is impressive for the sheer quantity of jewellery on display in the more than 200 shops. Not far from here is the Spice Souq, which merits a visit for its tremendous variety and exotic aromas.”
5 locals recommend
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“Family fun picnic and Dubai Frame together. For the evening, one can view Dubai Glow Gardens.”
5 locals recommend
Museum
“A fabulous display of UAE's heritage and history. Along the creekside there are great places to spend an evening and lots of casual to fine dining options.”
1 local recommends
History Museum
“Very nice museum to learn about the history of the city and its evolution. Very cheap ticket!”
4 locals recommend
Museum
“The Green Planet is Dubai's first indoor rainforest, filled with flora and fauna.... perfect for exploring, learning or taking photos! Visit for an exotic experience in a tropical rainforest with over 3,000 plants and animals. A perfect day of family fun, interactions with animals, birds, biologists, feeding Piranhas and much more! ”
3 locals recommend
History Museum
“Because you can see and feel the old Arabic culture. Also near by is the old spice market where alot can be seen from the old heritage and really enjoyable. permanent collections may include local spices, Arabic perfumes,Local Arabic fabrics and dresses and many more.”
1 local recommends
Museum
1 local recommends
Museum
1 local recommends
Museum
“The First Women Museum in the Arab Wold. The Museum introduce the Emirati culture and the Achievement of women of this land. Very informative and eye opening place located in the heart of Dubai”
1 local recommends
Museum
“Despite the traffic, it is really worth getting over to Sharjah. It really is the culture capital of the Emirates. It's the best place to experience local heritage.”
3 locals recommend
Museum
“You get to see some of the creatures that share this part of the world, including the endangered Arabian Leopard. Many are nocturnal so rarely spotted in the wild.”
2 locals recommend
Museum
“Explore Dubai’s old neighborhoods, including its traditional bazaars and souks, on this unique 4-hour tour. Visit the small Bastakiya quarter, full of merchant houses, art galleries, cafés and boutique hotels. Discover the Dubai Museum, located in the oldest existing building in Dubai. Then take a water taxi across Dubai Creek to the Spice Market and Gold Souk. Visit the Women’s Museum, watch a private fashion show, take pictures outside Jumeirah Mosque and drive by the luxurious Burj Al Arab hotel. Entrance fees plus a hotel or port pickup and drop-off included.”
1 local recommends