Hili Archaeological Park, Al AinCurrently Closed
- Address: Near Al Ain National Museum Near Dubai Highway - Abu Dhabi - United Arab Emirates
- Timings: 04:30 pm - 09:30 pm Details
- Phone: +971-26664442
- Tags: Family And Kids, Archaeological Site
About Hili Archaeological Park, Al Ain
Hili Archaeological park is a place of great historical and archaeological importance. It is home to several tombs belonging to the Umm Al Nar period (2700-2000 BC). These structures are in a good condition, and it is hard to believe that they are centuries old. When it was unearthed, it was in a dire condition of disrepair, and it was fixed in 2005 to give the visitors an idea about how it looked originally. The largest tomb is 2.5 metres high and 8 metres large, and popularly referred to as the Great Hili Tomb.
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How To reach Hili Archaeological Park by Public Transport
- By taxi
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Things to Know Before Visiting Hili Archaeological Park
11.69% of people who visit Al Ain include Hili Archaeological Park in their plan
4 PM - 5 PM
69.44% of people start their Hili Archaeological Park visit around 4 PM - 5 PM
People usually take around 1 Hr to see Hili Archaeological Park
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Hili Archaeological Park
Hili Archaeological Park, Al Ain Reviews
Well Hili Park is place for fun for me actually I didn't know there is something historic and cultural around there so, we just didn't enter the other area of the park and we were looking on the other fun things available in the children area. I would love to visit the Hili Park again and see the historic and cultural part of the park too.
Hili is the largest Bronze Age site in the UAE and dates from the 3rd millennium BCE. Other remains include settlements, tombs, and a falaj dating from the Iron Age. Some of the site is located outside the park in a protected area. Finds from the site can be seen in the Al Ain National Museum in central Al Ain.
Quiet green park. You can enjoy walking cycling even playing witg your kids. There is 2 kids areas with alot of sliding and swinging activities. A big green areas with seats. There is a masjid and toilets areas for men and women. It is a perfect destination for quiet family times.
Very interesting archeological exhibits found sprinkled throughout the area. The park itself is rather simple and modest in terms of landscaping, amount of flowers and such.
Nice place to hang out with family. Limited car park space.