Camel Museum

Enjoy a FREE entry into the Camel Museum with the Dubai City Pass!

Camel Museum

The museum was constructed in the 1940s and also was called "Camel-Riding House" or "Beit Al Rekab". Originally the building was used as stable where horses and camels were trained in the interior courtyard.
Visiting the Camel Museum you can learn all about how to look after, maintain and manage camels and learn about how they are used as transportation. The museum also deals with the exploitation that comes along with the mindset of the camels only being a mean of transport.

Opening hours Camel Museum

Sunday to Thursday: 8.00 am – 2.00 pm 
Closed: Friday and Saturday 

Address Camel Museum

Al Shindagha Historical District – Bur Dubai

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Direction to Camel Museum

Bus: to station Ghubaiba
Metro: to station Ghubaiba 

Special conditions of use Camel Museum

The museum is currently closed due to maintenance.

During Ramadan (24.4-24.5.2020) there may be deviations or missing opening hours. We kindly ask you to take this into consideration.

Highlights Camel Museum

  • Lovingly designed exhibition rooms
  • History and present of camel use in Dubai

Attractions near Camel Museum

  • Horse Museum
  • Traditional Architectural Museum
  • Sheihk Saeed bin Maktoum Al Maktoum 

Visit the Camel Museum with your Dubai City Pass!

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