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Visited here with 2 children, 3 adults.
Free entry, always a bonus.
Really interesting old fort which has been restored using traditional methods & there is an excellent video you can watch about the project while a lovely gentleman brings you complentary dates & Arabic...More
If you visit in August like we did be prepared for heat! Around 50 degrees at 4pm, but that's all part of the experience, take car if arriving by car and using a sat nav or mobile app, they direct you to the entrance, not...More
This fort, located in the Jahill Park, is not big yet very interesting. It is one of the oldest, if not thee oldest, buildings in the UAE. Its edifice is the largest in the world made of mud brick. It was occupied by Oman Scouts...More
Al Jahili Fort is an architectural monument and one of the oldest forts of Al Ain. It is very small and located inside Jahili Park which exists in the heart of the city.
Like other museums, the fort is also having artifacts and different types...More
Great fort this protect against dates and security great Shikha Zayed 1st ask to build for as a summer vacation house.
And after few time Oman scout held that place.
Currently they have some exhibition going on that is permanent by English painter.
Located on the perimeter of Jahili Park across from the Rotana Hotel and the 'pink' palace, Al Jahili Fort is an interesting place to visit. During the cooler months, it often hosts evening concerts under the stars which is the best time to visit this...More
We visited this fort primarily to view the "wedding cake like" keep. However, we were blown away by the excellent exhibition of phortographs by Wilfred Thesiger who travelled the desert as a Bedouin would and recorded their way of life.
A must see while in the area there are great artifacts and pictures and stories of how the people
Use to travel across the Desert for trading and taking supplies to Commerce in the larger areas
Where the population was