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The museum is beautiful! Well laid out and quite informative of the history of this island. We are so glad we went there first as the museum gave us the basis to see the rest of the country. We would put this as a must...More
Various types of original exhibitions showing the history of the beautiful island that we have the chance to live in. For longer than 4000 years it is inhabited by people who call it their home and cherish it's story about trading, pearl-diving, fishing and so...More
A large well appinted clean place with many exhibits through the ages giving a history of Bahrain.
A lot to see. Visited as a part of a tour so didn't have time to see much. Would like to go back.
This is the second time to visit and we enjoyed it as much as last time. A really good insight into the interesting history and culture of Bahrain. Not too much walking but museum covers two floors. A lot of thought has been given to...More
I took some visitors to the Museum in August, I have not been there for 3 years, and was pleasantly surprised by the renovations and additions to the halls. unfortunately there were no brochures to guide us, so I expained as much as I can...More
My last visit was in March were there was a section that have old Saudi jewelry , and once I attended event that was mix the food and art , even if there is no events the experience of walking inside it is enough to...More
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Eid timings daily from 8am to 8pm as usual. Boat trips starts from the Museum to the Abu Mahir Fort southern Muharraq, where there is also a hall showing the Pearl Road project. Short return trips from morning till 4pm for... More
Eid timings daily from 8am to 8pm as usual. Boat trips starts from the Museum to the Abu Mahir Fort southern Muharraq, where there is also a hall showing the Pearl Road project. Short return trips from morning till 4pm for one Dinar only per person. On Eid they have stoped the trips and maybe due to the hot weather now in summer. You may call them on +0097317298718.