It is a main museum within the city and is located at the site of the Al Fahidi Fort. The building was constructed in the year 1787 and is recognized as one of the oldest buildings. The museum was opened in 1971, as a means of presenting the way of life which is lived in the Emirates. The fort has a designed path to the main galleries. The exhibits include the land’s culture in the 1800s and the local antiquities along with the different artifacts that are traded with the Asian and African countries. There are many dioramas on display in the museum as well. The main entrance to the museum galleries is built in the tower which lies at the southwest corner in the fort. Some galleries have old Dubai maps on display, while a video room depicts the discovery of oil on the land of the city. There is also a walk-through exhibit of a mock souk, while different archaeological findings from various nearby excavation sites are also held on display in the museum. There is a main exhibit right at the spiraling ramp, which outlines the highlights of the city. The old fort building also has a rich history connected to it, which draws in visitors’ interest and keeps them thrilled throughout their visit to the all famous Dubai Museum.