It's look and tell nice about this site but long time still under construction. Only the museum open for future and past so no chance to visit 1st wel or fort to visit..
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I would recommend to visitors if you want to learn the history of Abu Dhabi. The presentation is good designed and displayed. There are ancient goods and also modern designed exhibitions.
Located on Hamdan street ,One of the main historical attraction and the oldest building in the capital of UAE. It was the residence of the ruler of Abudhabi and was built in 1793. The old fort is now used as a museum concentrating on highlighting...More
I would recommend to visitors to Abu Dhabi and the UAE to visit Qasr Al Hosn for a better insight of the local culture. Service staff very friendly and lots of interesting things to see.
This is a new museum in the original Fort of the ruling family. It tells the story and history of the development of Abu Dhabi and it's people. Very interesting location, artefacts and modern depictions using holograms etc, Well worth seeing
Well... it was a little of a futile trip to take a look at this marvellous building. Unfortunately, for us, the city does not indicate the fort is under construction. We were not the only ones around trying to get in, found at least another...More
We will definitely visit this museum which explains how a small pearl trading fort became a financial World power.
For a real authentic experience about learning the roots of this emirate, make sure you visit this venue during the 3 day period that it is open to the public. The bazaar, museum and live demonstrations of how things used to be make you forget...More
The Qasr al-Hosn is the oldest stone building in the city of Abu Dhabi, the capital of the UAE. The fort is closed for renovation but the exhibition center is open. Its free to the public too!
While being in Abu Dhabi, I had the chance to visit the Qasr Al Hosn Festival. The festival is taking place for some days inside the fort and represents the Arabian culture with music, dance, food and attractions. If you get the chance, don't miss...More