UAE is celebrating a historic landmark in Abu Dhabi, which is set to re-open on Friday 07/12/2018 after more than a decade of conservation and renovation work.

Qasr Al Hosn is the oldest and most significant heritage site in Abu Dhabi and has been home to the ruling family, the seat of government, the consultative council, and the national archives for over 200 years.

On Friday, it will re-open as a museum that will trace the city’s development to the Metropolis we know and love today.

It’s likely a ‘Qasr Al Hosn’ phone message will remain until the landmark’s grand opening on December 7. The opening of the site will be marked with a week-long celebration that will include free tours, workshops, and musical performances.

Qasr Al Hosn will be open from:
10 am to 10 pm - Sunday to Thursday
10 am to 11 pm - Weekend.
Entry to the Qasr Al Hosn permanent exhibition costs Dhs30