Coffee Museum

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Coffee Museum, Al Fahidi Historical Neighbourhood - Villa 44, Bur Dubai

21 Feb 09:00 - 17:00

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The Coffee Museum in Dubai is a fascinating destination for those interested in learning about the rich history and cultural significance of coffee. The museum, located in the historic Al Fahidi Neighbourhood, is surrounded by many other cultural treasures and hidden among the narrow lanes of the old district.

The museum offers visitors an opportunity to explore the origin of coffee, dating back to the legend of Kaldi, the goat herder who is said to have discovered the humble coffee bean, and learn about its journey from the Ethiopian highlands to the Middle East. The exhibits at the museum provide an in-depth look at coffee culture not only in the Arabic world, but around the globe.

Visitors can admire an array of artifacts on display, including vintage coffee grinders used in World War I, historical documents, and old brewing pots. Entry to the museum is free, and the ground floor features a museum shop where visitors can purchase coffee beans, brewing equipment, and other souvenirs.

Whether you're a coffee enthusiast or a history buff, the Coffee Museum is a great destination to learn about how coffee played a vital role in shaping the culture of the region. So, if you're looking for a unique and educational experience in Dubai, be sure to check out this hidden gem.

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Source: coffeemuseum.ae/index.php

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