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Fīnān Heritage Museum

It was established in 2013. In a two-storey building with a main exhibition hall that includes cabinets to display flint and stone tools. It includes a 3D model that represents Fīnān Valley Archaeological Region, as well as panels that show its archaeological sites placed within a timeline for successive civilizations that inhabited in the region. There is also a room has posters show birds that live in the region nowadays as well as some extinct bird species, also there is in this hall a cabinet to display some bird bones.

photo gallery

  • GovernorateWadi Araba

  • Opening Hours

    Summer8:00 AM - 7:00 PM

    Winter8:00 AM - 4:00 PM

    • Accessible for people with disabilities

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