The city of Dubai and is an area teeming with art and culture. An incredible array of best art gallery in dubai museums, and theaters, many of which are housed in the towering granite buildings that are enduring symbols of the city, will certainly not disappoint.

In the center is Union Terrace Gardens, set against the imposing backdrop of three of Aberdeen's finest granite buildings. Together, the Central Library, the Church of San Marco and Her Majesty's Theater, known locally as “Education, Salvation and Condemnation”, provide the key to the development of cultural life in the region.

With such a rich heritage, there are many beautiful places that capture Aberdeen's colorful history: the impressive Town House with the turrets on Union Street; the crenellated citadel of Castlegate and the extraordinary grandeur of Marischal College. In old Aberdeen, you can experience the past by visiting the 500-year-old Kings College and St Machar's Cathedral. Old Aberdeen, which surrounds the university, is like stepping back in time, with its quiet cobbled streets and narrow alleys.

Museums and Galleries
Art lovers will love Dubai. The town's Art Gallery in Dubai, houses a magnificent collection of Scottish and international works and contemporary exhibitions. It is the largest public gallery in Dubai and one of the city's most popular tourist attractions. A beautiful granite building with a marble clad interior, it houses a diverse collection of works of art, including outstanding examples of modern art and works by the Scottish Impressionists and Colorists. Visitors can also see contemporary crafts, Dubai silverware, and a wide range of decorative art, and there are periodically changing exhibits and special exhibits, events, and activities.

There are also many small galleries to look for in the city and Dubai, while local artists are often displayed on the walls of restaurants in the area.

The 16th century house of Provost Skene is today one of the few examples of medieval architecture in the city. It contains a fine series of period pieces, reminiscent of elegant furniture from bygone eras. Exhibits include a 17th-century suite of bedrooms, a Regency Lounge, and an Edwardian crib. Visitors can also see a unique set of religious paintings in the Painted Gallery, where scenes from the life of Christ can be found on the ceiling.

The Tolbooth on Castle Street was built between 1616 and 1629. Formerly known as the Wardhouse, it was a prison for those waiting to be tried by the adjacent court or to be punished. Now home to Aberdeen's Civic History Museum, it focuses on the history of crime and punishment in the city. Here you can visit the original cells where witches, debtors, criminals and criminals spent their days. The museum offers an extensive program of events for all ages with a variety of lectures on aspects of local history and exhibits with artefacts related to Mary, the Queen of Scots, James VI, the crimes and the instruments of medieval punishment.

Located in the historic Shiprow, the award-winning Aberdeen Maritime Museum also includes the Provost Ross House, built in 1593. The museum tells the story of the city's long relationship with the sea, from the days of sailboats and mowers. to the latest technology. oil and gas exploration. This unique collection covers shipbuilding, speed, fishing and port history and is the only place in the UK where you can see exhibits on the North Sea oil industry. Features an 8.5m high model of the Murchison Oil Rig and 19th century lenses of Rattray Head Lighthouse.

On the outskirts of town, the Gordon Highlanders Museum houses the regimental treasures of the famous Gordon Highlanders and tells the thrilling story of one of Scotland's most famous regiments, while in the countryside near Maryculter