Hili Archaeological Park, Al Ain

Hili Archaeological Park, Al Ain - Address, Phone Number

Address: Near Al Ain National Museum Near Dubai Highway - Abu Dhabi - United Arab Emirates

Phone: +971-26664442

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Timings: 04:30 pm - 09:30 pm Details

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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

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  • 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 spend time with family. Good place for family/friends gathering. No supermarkets, restaurant near by. So better go with enough stuff like water, juice, snacks, cards etc.

  • Good place to hangout with the family, nothing really historical about it. Closes at 11pm which is too early for me.

  • Nice place for a family outing. Archaeological site with lovely gardens

  • Great park for families, for jogging. Lots of space and usually not too crowded.

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