About Bait Al Baranda Museum
Bait Al Baranda Museum was formally opened on 16 December 2006 by His Highness Seyyid Haitham container Tariq Al Said, Minister of Heritage and Culture.
Bait Al Baranda Museum is situated in Muttrah in what used to be the home of a conspicuous trader in the mid twentieth century. Shows incorporate craftsmanship and recorded showcases from across the ages.
Changed over from a 1930s house, this exhibition hall subtleties the historical backdrop of Oman and the Muscat district. Covering subjects from the topography of the nation and plate tectonics to Oman’s military and political history, a visit to Bait Al-Baranda Museum(means ‘estate with a verandah‘) is an incredible method to get a review of Omani culture and custom. Sight and sound shows incorporate intuitive screens and recordings just as a photograph history and an assortment of craftsmanship and banners in plain view. There are models of and relics from old Oman. Following history back to ancient Oman, the displays recounts the nation’s initial Islamic period, Portuguese occupation and current tradition. An introduction of dinosaurs’ bones discovered 10,000 years back in the Al-Khoud zone is especially significant.
The Visitors Center is under the Muscat Municipality and portrays the History of Muscat through intelligent displays from geography to antiquated life, Maritime, Folk workmanship to the accomplishments of Muscat Today.
The acquaintance of Bait Al Baranda with the general population in 2006 was a breath of new impulse to craftsmanship and culture.
Displays: We devote space in our middle to advance nearby just as worldwide specialists.
Culture has consistently been a significant fascination in Oman henceforth we put a lot of accentuation on advancing imagination and self learning.
Zero in on Children: We seek to present and energize new ability consistently, as craftsmanship is a characteristic station for supporting youngsters’ inventiveness, be it in human expressions, science or innovation.
Summer Events: These occasions are focused on kids, where they take an interest in workmanship classes:
Specialty of reusing