The Al Ain National Museum is one of the best places that tourists can go in order to explore the heritage, culture and ancestry of Abu Dhabi and its people. Situated right next into the Eastern Fort within the outskirts of Al Ain Oasis that’s also adjacent to the Zayed Bin Sultan Street, this place can easily be accessible by land. It’s divided into two different sections that are the ethnography and archaeology sections. The relics and artifacts seen inside the museum come from the Stone Age towards the Islamic period. This dates back several thousands of years in the history books, making it an important venue and a must-see for tourists. Opening times are from Saturday through Thursday, from 8:00am to 7:00pm, Friday from 3:00pm to 7:30pm.