Emirates National Auto Museum Tourist Attraction

Emirates National Auto Museum

The Emirates National Auto Museum, created in the form of a pyramid, houses cars, which constitute the private property of Sheikh Hamad Bin Hamadan al Nahyan. It is located about 45 kilometers from the city Abu Dhabi. The Museum was opened for visitors in 2005.

The Museum represents 221 cars to visitors. The collection of cars amasses in this Museum will surprise even the most indulged of the motorist. The total cost of collection is worth a total of $ 180 million. And this is no coincidence, because the collection contains both light vehicles and cars designed for off-road riding, including the famous truck, which was recognized as the largest in the world. You can also find here a variety of automotive curiosities covered with rhinestones, small racing cars, three-wheeled oddball design constructions, which look like a plane, est.

Fans of army cars will be glad to visit the area, which includes armored vehicles for the needs of the army men and police, as well as true off-road vehicles, including tracked ones, belonging to different eras and countries of the world.

Among the represented cars, you can see several models of Mercedes. They are shown in all colors of the rainbow and equipped with TVs, refrigerators and other various amenities. The oldest model of Mercedes was produced in 1885. Some of the Museum cars were shown in the TV program Top Gear.

Open hours

Daily: 09:00 - 18:00

Contacts

Address:
Hameen Road,AlBhasra United Arab Emiratesed - Abu Dhabi - United Arab Emirates
Phone: (+971) 55 749 2155
Website: http://www.enam.ae/

Ticket price

Regular price: AED 50

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