CULTURE AND HERITAGE


Al Fahidi Fort and Dubai Museum
Open from 8.30am to 8.30pm everyday and from 2.30pm to 8.30pm on Friday.


Majlis Ghorfat Umm Al Sheif
Open from 7.30am to 2.30pm (Sunday to Thursday).


Coins Museum
Open from 8am to 2pm (Sunday to Thursday).


Burj Nahar
Open everyday.


Sheikh Saeed Al Maktoum House
Open from 8am to 8.30pm from Saturday to Thursday and 3pm to 9.30pm on Friday.

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Big Bus Tours
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Desert Safaris
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A 'must do' when in Dubai.

The Wonder Bus Tours
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The first and only amphibious-based city tour in the Middle East.

Seawings Tours
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Enjoy an aerial tour of Dubai.

Parks in Dubai
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Spend the day lounging around one of these popular locations.

Beaches in Dubai
beaches and parks
List of public beaches with free entry.

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Orbi Dubai
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BBC and Sega interactive nature project will launch the amazing world of Orbi in Dubai this May.

Al Mizhar-2 Park
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Spread over a total area of about 1.7 hectares, the new Mizhar-2 Park is one of the neighborhood parks opened in Dubai.

Al Khawaneej Pond Park
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Unveiled in February 2010, the Burj Khalifa stands 828 metres high - 320 metres taller than Taipei 101 which held the record since 2004. The Burj Khalifa currently holds seven records, including the highest occupied
The Dubai Fountain was designed by California-based WET, the creators of the Bellagio Fountain in Las Vegas, and is 275 metres long with five circles and two central arcs. Over
The UAE is surrounded by two bodies of water, both offering different diving experiences. Dubai is good for shipwrecks, which are home to Barracuda, Snappers and Jacks, with common
Take a magic carpet ride across rolling red sand dunes, with an amazing bird's eye view of the untouched desert below.
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The speed will be a lot better, too.
Dubai’s first private museum for contemporary Middle Eastern and international art, Salsali Private Museum, is hosting a six-month exhibition on sculptures.
Three of our favourite stand-ups are back by popular demand at The Laughter Factory - with Dominic Holland, Kai Humphries and Addy Van Der Borgh taking equal billing on the May tour.
The story of Dubai is set to unfold in real time at Saruq Al Hadid, the newly opened museum in Dubai’s historical district
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Because summer is the best time to be in one.
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Prepare for an indulgent evening of food and music. ‘Russian Seasons’ is a gala dinner with cocktail reception.
Plus, there’s a new attraction.
Who doesn’t love an extra bit of pampering?
Darts is just as fun to watch as it is to play - especially when world-class rivals are competing and the stakes are high.
As part of the ‘World Classical Music Series,’ Dubai welcomes the talented baritone Rodion Pogossov, who has performed around the world and regularly at New York’s Metropolitan Opera.
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An all-female performance will take place at DUCTAC in tribute to Italian National Day.
Did you know that the place where the tango is danced is called ‘milonga’? Find everything there is to know about the passionate dance of tango at the Dubai Tango Festival.
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Renowned and upcoming artists showcase their works.
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Cool stuff for a hot day.
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