About Muscat Gate Museum
The Muscat Gate Museum is an exhibition hall situated on Al Saidiya Street, Old Muscat, Oman.
Opened in January 2001, the exhibition hall contains shows about Oman’s set of experiences from the Neolithic occasions to the present. It has various uncommon shows on Muscat’s water springs, the antiquated wells, underground channels, the souqs, houses, mosques, harbors and fortifications.
Traversing the street between the old walled city of Muscat and the Corniche settles the Muscat Gate Museum. The gallery transport guests to an alternate world, an enhancing excursion of the rise and advancement of the Sultanate of Oman, additionally stands demonstration of Muscat’s set of experiences and antiquities. The entryways of the historical center previously checked Muscat city’s limit for the city was once encased inside the braced dividers. The passage was utilized until 1970 to keep gatecrashers out of the walled region. Despite the fact that the historical center houses restricted shows, it is more well known for being a brilliant vantage point offering stunning vistas of the Diwan and the Corniche. Whenever you are finished investigating the chronicled antiques, take a drive up to the airborne pole to the neighboring hillock to appreciate an all encompassing perspective on the Muttrah territory and the Muscat city before it converges with the skyline of the Al Riyam Park.
The exhibition hall is situated above Muscat Modern Gate. This exhibition hall has a stunning perspective which you see through the expansive steps prompting the historical center’s door.
The Museum reveals to Oman’s long history, and spotlights specifically on the historical backdrop of the capital, Muscat. It likewise gives a clarification of the Falaj water system framework Oman is celebrated for, notwithstanding Oman’s particular engineering, regardless of whether in the development of specialties in mosques, lobbies, entryways or wooden curves.
This gallery takes the guest on an excursion through the different phases of improvement and development of the city, from a business port to a prosperous capital, and stands observer to Muscat’s relics and history.