Everybody who visits Dubai knows the Burj Khalifa quite well, being the world's tallest tower with its 828 meters and its unique architecture. It is one of the main landmarks of the city. Yet, maybe not everybody is familiar with the beautiful museums that Dubai houses.
So don't miss your chance to get to the Al Shindagha Museum located in the Creek area, which will slowly lead to the process of making it a regional cultural center. The museum holds the heritage collections plus also prompts human innovation and the desire to progress and being up to date, which is clearly visible in the city's effort.
Take the opportunity to visit the Etihad Museum as well. Shaped as a manuscript with seven columns built within the structure resembling the pens that were used to sign the declaration, it houses eight pavilions each with its own theme. The Etihad Museum houses a permanent and temporary collection, it is a mixture of experience exhibitions and interactive programs; one of the ultimate goals is also to educate visitors on the nation's constitution.
In addition to the museums, you can choose to go up to Level 124 and 125 enjoying the spectacular view from At The Top. You will get to see the beautiful Dubai landscape from the tallest skyscraper of the world.