Dubai launches 360-degree virtual museum tours

Explore the city’s top museums from home, as if you were there yourself

Dubai launches 360-degree virtual museum tours

If you’re currently stuck at home in Dubai and figuring out how to pass the time, it might be the time to take a digital trip to one of the emirate’s museums.

Dubai Media Office has announced the launch of six fully immersive 360-degree online museums, which bring you access to the complete exhibits on show inside the city’s museums.

You can get inside Al Naif Museum, showing you the history of the Dubai Police. Found in Deira, the museum is housed in an old for which once served as Dubai’s police headquarters and prison. Click here.

Meanwhile, in Jumeirah’s Founding Fathers Etihad Museum showcases the UAE’s history and heritage across society, politics, military, cultural and scientific history. Click here.

Elsewhere, you can visit the Al Fihidi Historical Neighbourhood’s SIKKA 18 museum, the Museum of the Poet Al Oqaili in Deira near the Dubai Gold Souk, the Majlis Ghorfat Umm Al Sheif and even the Souk museum in the Dubai Museum, found in the Al Fahidi Historical Neighbourhood – just click here to go inside the centuries-old structure digitally.

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