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Dubai Culture allows senior citizens free entry to Al Shindagha and Etihad Museums

Dubai Culture and Arts Authority has expanded the categories exempted from entry fees to Al Shindagha Museum and Etihad Museum to include senior citizens and holders of valid International Council of Museums (ICOM) membership cards.

This step aligns with Dubai Culture's keenness to keep pace with international best practices in the museums sector and contributes to supporting Dubai's candidacy to host the ICOM 2025 General Conference.

Abdulla Mohammed Alfalasi, Director of Etihad Museum, said: ICOM is a global organization specialized in the field of museums, with a membership that includes nearly 50,000 museum specialists whom we are keen to attract.”

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