Bait Al-barandaCurrently Open [Closes at 01:00 pm]
- Address: Bait Al Baranda, P. O. Box 423, Postal Code 114, Mina Qaboos, Sultanate of Oman., Muscat
- Timings: 09:00 am - 06:00 pm Details
- Phone: +968-24714262
- Ticket Price: 1 OMR
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Museum, History Museum, Family And Kids
About Bait Al-baranda, Muscat
Accommodated beautifully in a house that dates back to the year 1930, the Bait Al-Baranda museum throws light upon Oman’s rich history and aspects of the bygone era. The collection here is an interesting display of items ranging from imaginative to interactive exhibits. The highlight of this museum is the ‘cut-and-paste’ dinosaur. The structure is called so, as it is an assimilation of bones from various parts of the world. The Bait Al-Baranda is also a popular exhibition space in the city.
Bait Al-baranda Ticket Prices
- Given ticket prices are for adults.
- For children: OR .500 baiza per child.
How To reach Bait Al-baranda by Public Transport
- By rented car or taxi.
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Things to Know Before Visiting Bait Al-baranda
3.15% of people who visit Muscat include Bait Al-baranda in their plan
95% of people start their Bait Al-baranda visit around 09 AM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Bait Al-baranda
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Bait Al-baranda, Muscat Reviews
Small but beautiful and well maintained Museum. Emphasisis on the timeline of rich history of Sultanate of Oman.
A recommended place to visit while in Muscat. In 40 minutes you get the gist of this beautiful city dating back from the dinosaur period.
A place NOT TO BE MISSED during a visit to muscat. Actually, I visited this place twice, because I didnt have enough of it from the first time. An old Omani house converted into a museum for local culture and omani history. The interior is an architectural masterpiece especially the woodwork, spaces and light. Some of the rooms has been converted into media tools to explain the geological formation of Omaan as well as history timeline.
This is one of the historical and cultural sites in Muscat, known also as the House of Naseeb. He was the merchant Naseeb Bin Mohammed who built the house in the late nineteenth century. “Al Barandah” is the local pronunciation of the foreign word “veranda”, which means “balcony”. The House was named after the balcony that extends along the length of the façade on the first floor. The museum recounts the history of Muscat since its geological formation to the present day, using interactive technology that displays pictures of tectonic plate movement over the past 750 million years until today, showing the activity that formed the continents in the past and how they will change over the next 250 million years. The museum also includes documentation of the Sultanate of Oman’s history since its inception to the present day.
Went here for a school trip very nice!
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