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DUBAI/ETIHAD MUSEUM called the Union House Always with love@balas167

OPENED: January 6, 2017 Museum opening hours Open Daily : 10:00 AM – 8:00 PM: Last Entry: 7:00 pm Guided Tours daily: 11:00 AM, 1:00 PM, 3:00 PM, and 5:00 PM Phone: 800 33222 ETIHAD MUSEUM TICKETS You can enter as an individual or as a group when visiting the museum. However, the Etihad Museum ticket cost will be cheaper if you travel in a group. Here is the breakdown Dubai Etihad Museum entry fees. Adult: AED 25 Group: AED 20 Student: AED 10 FREE for Kids under five years Dubai is located at 1 Jumeirah Street, across 2nd December street.
The Guest Palace is one of the most famous historic buildings in Dubai and a renowned landmark throughout the UAE the underground section of the Etihad Museum is directly connected to the GUEST HOUSE through the museum building in order to retain its original condition, the Guest Palace has undergone a series of restoration in the structure as well as the fumishing, while the landscape surrounding it has been restored to its original condition from 1971. Housed within the structure is the
Sheikh Rashid bin Saeed Al Maktoum’s Majlis, his private office and a dining room that has a seating capacity of 300 people The Union House, which served as the birthplace of the United Arab Emirates in 1971, was restored to match its original style, including structural improvements when needed. The reception hall leading to this historically significant building features curved architecture that gives an impression of embracing the circular shape of the struct. Once inside the House, visitors get overwhelmed by the historic value of the location and building, in addition to experiencing an immense sense of gratitude towards the founding fathers for their vision, determination and capability to lead the Emirates towards the highest levels of achievement, in every eld, worldwide.​
​A dynamic 21st century museum, Etihad Museum is focused on inspiring its visitors with the story of the founding of the UAE. The 25,000 m2 landmark is befittingly located at the very place where the UAE was founded in 1971. Through a unique visitor journey, th​e various pavilions house experience-driven exhibitions, interactive programmes and education initiatives that explore the chronology of events that culminated in the unification of the Emirates in 1971, with a key emphasis on the period between 1968 and 1974. The programmes also aim to educate visitors about the nation’s constitution, in particular – the rights, privileges and responsibilities that it bestows upon the people of the UAE.
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