Museum in Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Naif Fort was built in 1939 in a strategic location of Deira's district, in the heart of the commercial city. It is the first police station in Dubai, and the headquarters of Public Prosecution and the Civil Court at the time, where it included the office of the Commander-in-Chief of Dubai police, the offices of the Dubai Police, Investigations, Court and Detention Rooms. In the early 1990s, the Fort has been renovated while preserving its archaeological features and in 1997, His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum ordered to convert one of the wings of the fort into an official museum, open to visitors to know about the history of the police and security services in the emirate of Dubai.
Bus: 53, 64A, F01 (Naif Park Stop) Metro: Green Line (Bani Yas Square Station)
+971 4 515 5000
From Sunday to Thursday, from 8:00 until 14:00. On Friday and Saturday, the museum is closed Ramadan timings: From Sunday to Thursday, from 9:00 until 13:30, Friday & Saturday closed
Free of charge