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We visited this location as part of a tour. If you have a day or two, rent a car and drive from Abu Dhabi. It’s a leisurely and comfortable two hours drive from Abu Dhabi. This will save you our experience of getting a tour...More
Besides the fort structure, there is informative, well organized (and air conditioned) museum inside about fort history, 2h was enough to see the fort and museum. Keep in mind that Friday is a weekend day in UAE, and all attractions open at 3 pm to...More
A nicely restored building with great photography exhibit. Not a great deal to see and do around the actual fort building, kids will enjoy having a little climb around but it's not huge, staff are helpful. The best part is the Wilfred Thesiger exhibit if...More
Visited here with 2 children, 3 adults.
Free entry, always a bonus.
Really interesting old fort which has been restored using traditional methods & there is an excellent video you can watch about the project while a lovely gentleman brings you complentary dates & Arabic...More
If you visit in August like we did be prepared for heat! Around 50 degrees at 4pm, but that's all part of the experience, take car if arriving by car and using a sat nav or mobile app, they direct you to the entrance, not...More
This fort, located in the Jahill Park, is not big yet very interesting. It is one of the oldest, if not thee oldest, buildings in the UAE. Its edifice is the largest in the world made of mud brick. It was occupied by Oman Scouts...More
Al Jahili Fort is an architectural monument and one of the oldest forts of Al Ain. It is very small and located inside Jahili Park which exists in the heart of the city.
Like other museums, the fort is also having artifacts and different types...More