It’s one of the best places of tourism in the UAE, where it was the capital of Arab culture and then the capital of Islamic culture in 2014.
It is an excellent tourist destination especially for families and children due to the diversity of tourism in Sharjah, which includes many markets, museums, landscapes, entertainment and many more.
Sharjah Buhairah Corniche
Blue Souq (Souq Al Markazi or Central Souq)
This market is an architectural masterpiece consisting of two main wings of a two-story building comprising eight blocks and connecting with two bridges connecting them. One of these wings overlooks Khalid Lake directly, while the other wing overlooks King Faisal Street, 224 shops on each floor and 36 shops on each bridge and the stairs 80 shops. The market attracts visitors who want to shop in an atmosphere of elegance due to its rare architectural style, which is a real architectural masterpiece. The market also attracts foreign tourist groups, especially those interested in buying antiques, souvenirs.
Sharjah Art Museum
The Sharjah Art Museum, located in Sharjah, United Arab Emirates, was opened in 1997 and is one of the most important museums in Sharjah.
During your visit to the museum you can learn about the beauty and art of this wonderful museum, where you will see the most beautiful art collections.
The museum houses about 500 art objects, making it one of the most important tourist attractions in Sharjah.
Is an indoor play area located in the Al Nahda area and is very close to the Dubai-Sharjah border. It includes many attractions, horseback riding, video games and many other recreational activities where children will enjoy special fun.
Sharjah Cricket Association Stadium
The Sharjah Federal Cricket Stadium was built in 1980 and renovated in 2002. This stadium has nearly 200 cricket matches and is the main stadium for the Afghan national cricket team.
Sharjah Archeology Museum
The museum contains all the archaeological artifacts that were discovered in Sharjah. The mission of the museum is to preserve, interpret, and exhibit all the artifacts that have been found in Sharjah since the beginning of the excavations in 1973 up until now. The continuous excavations showed that Sharjah boasts a proud, rich deep-rooted history. Settlements and villages were built on its land thousands of years ago.
Saturday to Thursday: 8:00 AM – 8:00 PM
Friday: 4:00 PM – 8:00 PM
Entry Fees to the museum:
Children (under 2 years): Free
Children (2-12years): 5 AED
Adults (13+ years): 10 AED
Arab Wildlife Center Arabian Wildlife center
It is a large zoo that offers a variety of unique and endangered animals. The center was opened in September 1999 and contains more than 100 types of Arabian animals that are placed in a safe and natural place. You will find all types of animals such as fox and harp, and all kinds of endangered birds such as Indian and Indian Flamengos. The center also contains hyenas, wolves and leopards, as well as displays the most beautiful paintings that contain great information about Wildlife and various animals, certainly children will love, the center is located in Al Dhaid Street in Sharjah.