Bait Al Banat is a place of verifiable significance dating from the 1950s,also known as The Girls House which was built up by an Emirati lady, Professor Rafia Ghubash to save the historical backdrop of ladies in the UAE and to separate generalizations and uncover the exceptional job that UAE ladies have played in characterizing their way of life and molding their general public.
The Museum offers a prologue to the lives of UAE ladies; the Memory of the Place; the Diwan Ousha Bint Khalifa’s life and work of the UAE artist; and the display spaces hold perpetual and impermanent presentations of works by ladies specialists.
On the nation, the UAE has endeavored to advance the chances and accomplishments of its female nationals.
Three stories of display space commend ladies all through the country’s history, including numerous female craftsmen who were pioneers in their fields. A whole corridor is committed to Emirati artist Ousha Bint Khalifa, ‘The Girl of the Arabs. The Women’s Studies Center on the second floor of the gallery keeps up a library and database of reports accessible for research in the field.