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Saruq Al-Hadid Museum
Updated on 01 May 2017

The story of Dubai is set to unfold in real time at Saruq Al Hadid, the newly opened museum in Dubai’s historical district. Displaying a stunning range of artefacts unearthed from a new archaeological dig at Saruq Al Hadid. The museum takes you through the mysterious route of archaeological discoveries and presents exciting treasures of long ago. You can take a leisurely walk among relics, dramatic displays of gold, bronze and iron and an impressive haul of over 900 objects discovered from the site. Young visitors can get hands-on
with culture and reconstruct a pot, assemble an animal skeleton, or even help the experts solve a mystery. Open now, with tickets priced
at Dhs 20 for individual and Dhs 10 for children aged 7 to 12 years. Entry is free for adults over 60 and children up to 6 years. www.saruqalhadid.ae

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