Fujairah - Museum

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Museum - Fujairah Fort

Museum - Fujairah FortThis reputedly 360-year-old fort lies on a hill at the edge of the date gardens, surrounded by the remains of the old town houses. The fort was severely damaged in the early twentieth century by a British bombardment. Some restoration work has been done in the past, but recently renovations have commenced to prepare the fort to house the artifacts now on display in Fujairah Museum.

Situated just south of the fort and opposite the Ruler’s Palace, Fujairah Museum is a small modern building, where many of the artifacts found in archaeological digs at Qidfa, Bithnah and other places are on display. It is open from 8 a.m. to1 p.m. and 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. daily except Saturday. Admission Dh2 for adults, children Dh1.


Ain Al Madhab Gardens

These gardens are situated in a valley in the foothills of the Hajar mountains, just outside Fujairah city and are fed by mineral springs. This warm sulphur laden water is also used in two swimming pools available for ladies and for men. On public holidays, an outdoor theatre is used for festivals, which include traditional singing and folklore dances.

This park, also called the National Park, is a mineral spa with chalet accommodation on the western edge of the town. It is an extensive park with playground and a Heritage Village around the ruins of an old fort, which shows traditional costumes, pottery and utensils. The opening times are 10AM - 11PM.
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