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This is a perfect way to learn a bit about Bahrain history there is also a lovely coffee shop inside, but no worries if Museums are not your thing as there is a super cheap boat ride available from the museum to Bu Maher fort...More
I often get bored at “National Museums” and had I not had a guide this may have been the case other than the fact that the building is stunning and very well laid out. There’s not s lot to see in Bahrain, but the building...More
I've been visiting the Bahrain National Museum once just and it's interesting.
Brings you back to the nostalgic old days when everything was more simple and peacefully,in harmony I ques.It's quite huge the museum,I like the Dilmun part,you can see how the people over here...More
Impressive building with an equally impressive overview of Bahrain's history, culture, and traditions. For those who know very little about Bahrain or the Gulf, a visit is a must. It cost 1 BD to enter.
If your new to Bahrain and want to learn more about the history, The Delmon period is explained and a bariel mounds exhibited as well. I would reccomend a a visit. Its also great for kids to visit as the last floor has a 3d...More
I like that the entry fee is only 1BD. It’s a Nice place to learn about the history of Bahrain. Having visited the country multiple times is interesting seeing how much has changed with Bahrain’s landscape and the museum does a good job of showing...More
Looking down the entire ground floor is a giant map of Bahrain - I’ve never seen anything like it. Bahrain must be so proud of its long history and context in geo-history too. There is also a superb and beautifully lair exhibition of Saudi women’s...More
A good place to spend the afternoon. Have lunch the the cafe (huge portions), then stroll along the hallways into the exhibits. Learn about traditional Bahraini culture, costumes, heritage and more.
There’s even replica of the Dilmun mounds. Very interesting. Younger Kids might find it...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.