The Coins Museum is situated in Al Fahidi Historical Neighborhood close to the Ruler’s Divan in Bur Dubai and has been changed over into the Museum in 2004, comprising of two stories, and worked of coral, stone, mortar, chandal wood, leaves and trunks of palm trees and teakwood.
The gallery guests will have the opportunity to find coins having a place with various authentic periods with unique showcase cupboards and amplifying screens for each coin and additionally contact screens with electronic drop-down records containing datas on each coin, concerning its shape, estimate, metal, strategy and date of printing, words composed on it, and the pictures and shapes. The hall likewise incorporates eight fundamental showcase rooms showcasing data about the historical backdrop of coins, 16 coins of Arab-Sasanian Dirhams used during Rashidun Caliphate and Umayyad Caliphate, 64 Dinars and Dirhams used in Umayyad Caliphate, 115 bits of Dinars and Dirhams used in Abbasid Caliphate, 45 bits of coins stamped in Egypt, the Levant and Turkey, 91 bits of coins printed in Iraq and the Islamic Orient district, 22 bits of coins printed in North Africa and Andalusia, and 102 coins printed in the Arabian Peninsula and the United Arab Emirates.
A visit to the Coins Museum speaks to an uncommon chance to see in excess of 470 bits of uncommon coins going back to various recorded periods. It likewise builds information of the coins that had been utilized in Dubai and the locale, notwithstanding getting to know the nearby connection between the money related arrangement of the British Empire, India and the nations in the district before autonomy, and the development of the league.