Museums are one of the best places that represent and preserve a country’s heritage and history. Through its galleries and exhibitions, it give people a chance to be connected with their country’s past. One of these museums is Kuwait National Museum on the Arabian Gulf Street next to the Seif Palace and Kuwait’s National Assembly.
The Kuwait National Museum is divided into:
- The Kuwait Heritage Museum
- Archaeological Museum
- Boom Al Mouhallab
Museum Visiting Hours :
Monday to Saturday: 8.30-12.30AM 4.30- 8.30PM
Friday Morning off. Afternoon : 4.30-8.30
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