1. Antique Museum, Dubai

Antique Museum, Dubai

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When most people think of Dubai, they envision a city of luxury and excess. And while it is true that Dubai is home to some of the most impressive malls and hotels in the world, there is much more to this city than material possessions. In Dubai, you'll find a rich culture steeped in tradition, incredible natural beauty, and friendly locals who are always eager to help visitors experience the best of what this city has to offer. If you are looking for a unique shopping experience, the Antique Museum is a must-visit. It is an impressive store in Dubai that features several well-preserved antique collections. This hidden gem is full of interesting items ranging from traditional antique jewellery to beautiful clothes. Whether you are interested in an antique collection or simply want to pick up some souvenirs, this is the place to be. So start planning your visit to this amazing store. You won't regret it.

Location: Al Quoz Industrial Area, Dubai, UAE.

Pick-up Location: From your hotel

Drop-off Location: Antique Museum

Timings: 9 am to 8.30 pm 

Age Limit: There is no age limit.

Price: Free

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 About the place: 

  • If you adore antique pieces and are looking for the best place in Dubai to purchase antiques, then this store is the spot for you.
  • The store features several aisles with a wonderful gallery of Arabic handicrafts and antique splendor.
  • Even though it is called a museum, the place is not actually a museum but a unique store featuring amazing goods from many different nations.
  • The staff at the museum is extremely knowledgeable and is more than happy to answer any questions you might have.
  • They also offer tours of the place, suggesting ideas for picking the best item in the store.
  • Once you are inside, you may never want to leave, as the place offers so much for you to shop. Whether you are looking for a unique antique piece to add to your collection or want to buy a souvenir to take home, the antique museum is the place for you.
  • Overall, the antique museum is a great place for a fun shopping experience and is certainly worth a visit if you are in the city.

 How to reach?

  • By car: The Antique Museum is located 23 kilometres from Dubai International Airport and takes approximately 30 minutes to reach.Head south-east from airport road to merge with Casablanca Street and then with Sheikh Zayed Road to reach Al Khail Street, which connects to the Antique Museum within 3 minutes.
  • By Metro: Take the red line metro from airport terminal 1 to reach Al Safa Metro Station, and from there you can either walk to the destination or take a local taxi to reach the antique museum. Overall, from the airport, it takes about an hour to reach the Antique Museum.
  • By bus: Take bus 33 from Dubai Terminal 1 to reach British Council 1 bus station, and from there, take bus 10 to arrive at Al Quoz Bus Station. After reaching the Al Quoz Bus Station, you walk for about 5 to 7 minutes to reach the Antique Museum.

Things to know before you go: 

  • A weather check should always be done before leaving. It can be too exhausting if you are visiting in a very hot climate. 
  • Be mindful of the heat. Dubai gets very warm, especially during the summer. To avoid being too hot, make sure to drink plenty of water and take frequent rests.
  • Wear sunscreen and pack plenty of water because of the hot weather.
  • Try to go during the middle of the day if you can because the water may be rather chilly in the mornings and evenings.
  • Bring your camera to capture some of the amazing vacation photos in your trip 
  • Bring extra bags with you to carry your items after your shopping

So whether you are looking for a shopping paradise or a cultural experience, Dubai is the perfect destination for you. To enjoy the best vacation with your friends and family, plan your trip with us. Pickyourtrail offers exclusive Dubai tour packages to take advantage of everything Dubai has to offer, in addition to having the best beach experience possible. We provide the greatest customer service and provide exceptional offers on anything from luxurious Dubai honeymoon packages to adventure packages. Start planning your trip with us to enjoy your exotic Trip to Dubai and take the greatest possible vacation.

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Frequently Asked Questions
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The best time to visit Dubai is in the winter, from November to April, when the weather is moderate and relaxing. If you are in it for shopping, then the best time to visit Dubai is during the Dubai Shopping Festival, which takes place every January. During this time, you will find great deals on everything from clothes to electronics.
You can purchase souvenirs, perfumes, pashminas, ceramics, wood carvings, chocolates, and dates.
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No, the Antique Museum is not a museum but actually a shopping centre where you can purchase unique antique collections, Arabic ceramics, accessories, traditional handicrafts, and souvenirs. 
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