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I probably wouldn't go out of the way for this museum, but since it was included and next to the Aquarium, definitely go in. Lots of replicas of boats from the past, some interesting info on pearling, and a few cool artifacts to boot. Clean...More
We had taken our school kids to the museum. It was a great experience. The exhibits were very organized and displayed very neatly. They were easily accessible. The interesting display was labelled in Arabic and English. We enjoyed the guides and the instructors who were...More
It was an awesome place.Some of the facts just blow your mind away. The pictures,artifacts and the boats were very informative. Even me and my little sister , we don't like history , but this museum kept us captivated till the end. It was amazing.
Adjecent to mamzar waterfront toward sharjah.
Good to take kids and family along.
Provide great information about anciant methods of trade in arab..
Old traditions and methods being followed in past.
Lots of old ships and boats model,traditionsl tools and equipment.
Cooperative staff.economical.entry fee is...More
Situated right next to aquarium. Interesting place to visit. Entrance was free with my aquarium ticket. Lots of old boats to see and history about the history of fishing in the UAE. Some interactive exhibits for kids.
Great place to visit
This is a quaint little place that has a fair share of marine creatures on display. If your kids have visited larger water worlds in other cities or even the Atlantis they may find this boring. On the other hand it may be a very...More
Went with one of my grandsons aged 12 and we both found it a good place for learning about some of the local early culture and history. Is not a large museum but it looked like they were expanding. Good displays and worth a visit....More