The Etihad Museum is located in a magnificent building in Jumeirah, offering a series of interactive pavilions where visitors can explore UAE history. Through photos, films and more, visitors can learn how the country has developed through the years, especially between 1968 and 1974. Designed by Canadian architects Moriyama and Teshima, the unique curved white roof of the museum was inspired by the shape of the constitution. It is also adorned with seven columns, which symbolise the pens used to sign the agreement. Etihad Museum is equipped with a library, an education centre, a temporary exhibition hall and a restaurant.
One of my most favorite building in the UAE. Image taken in Nov 2018 shows an Emirati man standing in front of the large scale Sheikh Zayed poem display. Modern, stylish, many cool angles and the most amazing underground museum features and interior design. In case You never been there You honestly have to go and see it!
Etihad Museum – indulging history
Location: Dubai, UAE