About Dubai Heritage Village:

The Hatta Village or Dubai Heritage Village is constructed around an old settlement and is a recreation of a traditional style mountain village set in an oasis. The Dubai Heritage Village helps you discover the old world charm of barasti or palm leaves and mud houses. There’s a large central fort and tower which overlooks the Dubai Heritage Village. Other added attractions of Heritage Villageare falaj, an oasis and vegetated seating areas where you can cool your heels.

Signs in Arabic and English will guide visitors to various sections of the Heritage Village which includes an old mosque dating back 200 years and the Al Husen Majlis, where the governor of the Heritage Village received guests and visitors. Al Husen contains the conference room, the governor’s living quarters and weapons room.

There are several outdoor meeting places and resting areas in Heritage Village known as Al Hadeera also known as Al Barza in local language of Heritage Villagewhere visitors will be served coffee and dates.

Heritage Village of Dubai is mainly Focusing on the Emirate’s past maritime, pearl diving traditions and architecture, the village guide offers you storybook that display some past picture of heritage of Dubai including a tented Bedouin village, ancient armory, wooden chests and cooking utensils


History of Heritage Village: 

We look 20 and 30 centuries back of Dubai. Hatta village or Dubai heritage village is considered one of the most ancient village locations in the Emirate of Dubai. The Heritage Village or Hatta Village of Dubai is distinguished by its fortified buildings and has about 30 houses which have been fully restored to their old Village style. This Traditional Heritage Village was located near the mouth of the Creek, has been created by potters and weavers. Here the visitor can look back in time and experience some of Dubai’s heritage.

In the Dubai Heritage Village there are all traditional houses in the Hatta style, showing a majlis, store, kitchen master bedroom and children’s room. Hatta Village or Dubai Heritage Village is overlooked by two round towers, the Southern and Northern Towers of the Heritage Village are protect the city from external attacks. These towers of the Village were built in the 1880s, When Shaikh Hasher bin Maktoum bin Butti was the Ruler of the Dubai.


Visiting Hours of Dubai Heritage Village: 

Saturday to Thursday: 08:00-22:00 daily Friday: 08:00-11:00 and 16:00-22:00

Ramadan: 09:00-24:00

Activities timing: 21:00-24:00

Telephone: +971 (0)4 3937151


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