This Coffee Museum in Dubai is a hidden gem
Wondering around the back streets of the ‘new’ old town, heading towards the old souq area, this is a gem of a museum. It’s a small, traditional building, over 2 levels and loaded with beans, equipment and all things related to coffee – along with an upstairs coffee bar to sit and chat or buy from the downstairs front store. There is a guide within available but unsure if this is free or not – however, it’s free to enter, an enjoyable visit anyway!
Dubai coffee museum is one of the places that you should definitely visit if you are an ardent coffee lover. Dubai’s very own coffee museum is in one of its heritage hubs, in Bur Dubai. This marks the country’s long-lasting tryst with coffee. There’s a lot of displays that talk about coffee. From the different beans, machines, and preparations.
Located at Villa No 44, traditional Emirati home in Bur Dubai’s Al Fahidi historical district, the visitor gets enthralled by the familiar aroma of freshly brewed coffee. Coffee is relished all over the world and it has been a part of Middle Eastern heritage for ages. Dubai’s heritage district, Al Fahidi, welcomes the country’s very first ever dedicated coffee museum.
Al Fahidi Heritage Village
near Sheikh Mohammed Centre For Cultural Understanding
Al Musallah Road, Al Fahidi Historical District
Dubai – United Arab Emirates.
Tel.: +971 4 353 8777