Qasr Al Hosn

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About Qasar Al Hosn Abu Dhabi

With your Qasr Al Hosn tickets, you get to explore the heritage landmarks of UAE that have witnessed much of the history of the Emirates and succeeds in presenting it even today. Qasar Al Hosn is the oldest standing structure in Abu Dhabi and has been serving the city in more ways than one since it was built in the 1790s. In its time, Qasar Al Hosn has been the home to the ruling kingdom and the headquarters of the government. It also served as the home of the National Consultative Council started by the late Sheikh Zayed Bin Sultan Al Nahyan, the founder of the UAE.

The structure was built to keep an eye on the growing trade that happened on the coasts and the settlements that started to come alive on the island. There are two buildings, the Inner Fort which was built in 1945, and the Outer Palace which was built between 1939-45. The structure was converted into a museum which you can visit with your qasr al hosn tickets. It proudly displays the journey of Abu Dhabi from being a town depending on the trade of fish to becoming one of the most important metropolitan cities in the world.

Book Qasr Al Hosn Tickets Online

One of Abu Dhabi's most well-known and significant sites is Qasar Al Hosn where each year, millions of people come to learn about the complex history of Abu Dhabi. It is advisable to reserve your Qasr Al Hosn tickets online in advance of your visit because the location is popular and tickets may sell out. Booking online is a seamless booking process which you can do with a few simple clicks and the policies offered are also very flexible. Additionally, booking qasr al hosn tickets online from us will also allow you to enjoy amazing discounts and offers along with other perks like instant confirmation, mobile vouchers, and excellent customer support.

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Highlights of Qasr Al Hosn Fort

  • Book your Qasr Al Hosn tickets online and get priority access to the oldest standing structure of Abu Dhabi.

  • Watch Al Nahyan’s ancestral home and walk around the heart of Abu Dhabi.

  • Learn about the rich history and culture of Abu Dhabi as you get to know the transition of the pearl city to a major metropolitan city.

  • Get mesmerized by the arts and artifacts at the House of Artisans that date back to 6000 BC with your Qasr Al Hosn Fort Abu Dhabi tickets.

  • Get on top of the watchtower to get stunning views of the city and click breathtaking pictures which will be worth your qasr al hosn tickets.

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Explore The House of Crafts at Qasr Al Hosn Palace


Get to witness the process of Al Sadu, which is a traditional way of weaving by the women of Bedouin in the United Arab Emirates. The women weave using the wool of sheep, goats, and camels and form intricate designs which are usually based on geometrical patterns of social identity and environmental surroundings.

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It is known to all that date palms are an integral part of serving as a staple food for major regions of Abu Dhabi, but date palm is also one of the most important foundations of crafts in the UAE. The technique in which the leaves and stems of the date palms are used to weave to create several objects is known as Khoos.

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Talli is a weaving technique that uses cotton and silk threads which are entwined with gold and silver threads to create beautiful embroidery work. It is mainly used for the hem of the traditional robes of women known as kandora and thawb. Get a chance to check out some of the best decorative embroidery weaving techniques done by the women of the United Arab Emirates with your Qasr Al Hosn Fort Abu Dhabi tickets.

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Qasr Al Hosn Abu Dhabi
Sea Craft

The people of the United Arab Emirates have been known to have a give-and-take relationship with the sea. The boats that were made for pearling and fishing purposes helped a lot in the flourishing trade between the UAE and the Indian Ocean. Making fishing nets, rods, and other equipment have been an integral part of the growth of the trade around the coasts.

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Essential Information About Qasr Al Hosn Palace Abu Dhabi

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  • Best Time to Visit

    The most preferred time to visit and book your Qasr Al Hosn tickets in Abu Dhabi is between 4 pm and 6 pm as the castle looks stunning during the golden hour and the sunset from the watchtower is worth the visit.

  • Location & Opening Hours Location: Zayed the First St, Al Hosn - Abu Dhabi - United Arab Emirates The Qasr Al Hosn is located in the centre of Abu Dhabi in the centre of three streets, Al Nasser Street, Sheikh Rashid Bin Saeed Al Maktoum Road, and Sheikh Zayed Road.

  • Opening hours:

    • Saturday to Thursday- 10 am to 7 pm

    • Friday- 2 pm to 7 pm

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FAQ's of Qasr Al Hosn Abu Dhabi

What are the online activities conducted at Qasr Al Hosn Palace?

Some of the online activities conducted at Qasr Al Hosn Palace are making Sadu inspired bookmarks and The House of Artisans Colouring Book activity. Another online activity is learning to make Mhalla Zayed and Khanfaroosh, which are the traditional recipe and cakes respectively.

Why Is Qasr Al Hosn so famous?

Qasr Al Hosn is the oldest standing structure in Abu Dhabi that has witnessed the settlement for centuries. It was converted into a museum in 2018 that has artifacts which date back to 6000 BC.

How to book Qasr Al Hosn Tickets online?

It is highly recommended to book the Qasr al hosn tickets online as it will not only let you enjoy cost savings, you will also save yourself time and hussle.

What is the cost of Qasr Al Hosn Tickets?

For kids under the age of 12 years, the Qasr Al Hosn ticket price is AED 15 and for adults, the price of the ticket is around AED 30.

Which is the best Qasr Al Hosn Tickets to book with your family?

You can buy general admission Qasr Al Hosn Abu Dhabi tickets as they are the best sellers in which you will get a tour of the museum along with witnessing the breathtaking view of Abu Dhabi from the watchtower.

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