happenings this month Around Sheikh Zayed Road
Around Sheikh Zayed Road
Updated on 03 July 2019

The latest restaurant and bar offers, club nights, events and activities this month

What to eat

You just cannot afford to miss this top listed restaurant. Zuma is best known for its Japanese food, drink and exemplanary service. Sashimi is simply deleicious, the selection of maki and other sushi rolls is incredible. Call 04-4255660.

Where to shop
Rivoli Arcade

Rivoli Arcade is the house of luxury. Browse through iconic series of luxury items from international brands such as Omega, Longines, Montblanc, Pineider, Porsche Design, Klaus Dupont, Arca and many more. Call 04-4250358.

What to do
Level 43 Sky Lounge
Four Points by Sheraton

Visit this sky bar to soak up the beauty of Dubai’s iconic skyline, monuments such as Burj Khalifa, Burj Al Arab, Atlantis, Dubai Mall, and the Jumeirah coastline in one breath. Go here to spend a night in Dubai like never before. Call 056-4142213.

Where to party
Indie Restaurant & Lounge

Indie believes in offering colourful textures and flavours that are unapologetically different and sophisticated. The place throws out good vibes even on a mid-week night. The menu combines a mixture of favourites from all around the world. Call 04-4569817.

What to see
Etihad Museum
1 Jumeirah St

Not known to many, Etihad Museum was established in year 2016 to present contemporary history of the United Arab Emirates to the world. Located in Jumeirah, the museum boasts of a magnificent modern exterior depicting a manuscript. Designed by Canadian architects Moriyama and Teshima, the unique curved white roof of the museum was inspired by the shape of the constitution. It’s also adorned with seven columns, which symbolise the pens used to sign the agreement. The museum is equipped with all the latest technologies to take visitors through the history of the UAE.

The location of the museum is quite significant as it is the same historical site of the Union House, where, in 1971, the emirate's rulers signed a declaration that marked the formation of the UAE which is now part of the museum complex.

It holds everything from old passports to personal artefacts such as rings, eyeglasses and pocket watches, stamps and letters and other rare items are on display for the public to add dimensions to the story of the rulers of the UAE.

Pavilion One shows a documentary film about the history of the UAE. Pavilion Two houses a panoramic interactive map highlighting the era before the formation of the federation. Pavilion Three showcases an interactive timeline that demonstrates key historical events before the union. Pavilion Four showcases of the meeting between the late Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan and Sheikh Rashid bin Saeed Al Maktoum. Pavilion Five provides an interactive guide to the formation of the union. Pavilion Six pays homage to the important moments and challenges confronted the founding fathers before 1971. Pavilion Seven is dedicated to the UAE Constitution and includes the actual declaration itself.

Last but not the least, Pavilion Eight is an open gallery celebrating the new-born nation. Etihad Museum is equipped with a library, an education centre, a temporary exhibition hall and a restaurant.

Entry Fees
Adults 25 years and over: Dhs 25
Students 5 to 24 year: Dhs 10
Group 10 persons and above: Dhs 20 per person
Free: for children below 5 years & for individuals with disabilities.


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