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All reviews the ground floor first floor scientific instruments beautiful building coin collection interactive screens two floors love history rich culture great collection we spent hours couple of hours entry fee galleries dome science coins
This museum is considered one of the best museums i have been to.
Artifacts are well presented & organized & i love the lighting system & there are a lot of masterpieces you should not miss it.
At the end of your visit, don't forget...More
As an Archaeologist I salute the museum curator who set all the artifacts in a chronological ways for visitor to understand better and gain some knowledge.The Islamic heritage in museum are absolutely remarkable The numismatic portion is so great coins of all ages is the...More
The Sharjah Museum of Islamic Civilization is housed in a large regal-like building located next to the Sharjah Corniche and in close proximity to the Art and Historical district. The museum is spread over two floors and has 6 galleries, with numerous objects explaining the...More
Situated on the corniche road facing Sharjah Seaport looks one more golden collection of buildings.The collection is very rare and showing real ancient Islamic Culture even before AD.Some monuments and slates written in Hebrew Language will surprise you.
This museum is located in sharjah cornish there are two most very near to this place the museum contains some old houses ruins and old market place conserved
It looks like this place had everything for a civilisation to live its just nice walk on...More
Shamefully, it took us years to visit this museum which is just down the road from our house! Originally built as a souq and later developed into a museum (it wasn't a terrribly good souq, but it's a fantastic museum), this well-ordered and wonderfully presented...More
You can see rare Islamic artifacts dating back to thousands of centuries! Learn about the concept of Islam and what Muslims believe in and the rich culture and historic Islamic civilization.
Its mentioned that they have more than 5000 artifacts from all over the world.
I learned a lot during my tour, and I highly recommend it for others.
The museum is well done.
I’m Christian, but wanted to learn more about Islam. I truly can’t away more educated.
The whole tour took about 1 hour, but could easily be...More