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Sultan's Armed Forces Museum

Bait Al-Falaj Fort, Muscat, Oman
+968 24 312646
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A must visit if in town

This museum is well layer out explaining the history of Oman from not just a military stance but... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Sarah D
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Melbourne, Australia
via mobile
More than just weapons and kit.

There's a lot to learn about the intricate history of the country in this museum. There is a great... read more

Reviewed 23 April 2017
Al_n_Si
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Ottawa, Canada
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

This museum is well layer out explaining the history of Oman from not just a military stance but how important the history of the past is in shaping Oman in its current day. The information about the current Sultan and the current forces is interesting...More

Thank Sarah D
Reviewed 23 April 2017

There's a lot to learn about the intricate history of the country in this museum. There is a great collection of militaria both ancient and more recent but your mandatory included guide will also give you a run down of the history of the ruling...More

1  Thank Al_n_Si
Reviewed 21 February 2017

If your in Muscat you cannot miss this museum, your guided round by a serving member of the Omani forces at your own pace. The full military history of Oman is explained from hundreds of years ago to the present day, lots of equipment to...More

Thank Caspercat76
Reviewed 30 January 2017

I spent 3 hours at this museum. Absolutely fascinating and informative. I learned so much about the history of Oman spanning hundreds of years right up to the present day and their place in the world when it comes to modern defence and security and...More

1  Thank Cat C
Reviewed 15 December 2016

Its so nice to see around. Its well maintained no body can think its so old. Its believed before it was Sultan Qaboos fort which was converted. All the items kept there have information on the boards but we didnt get time to read through...More

1  Thank Subin94317
Reviewed 17 August 2016

It is said that this was once the fort of Sultan which was later converted to a Museum. This is well maintained and a must see place for every person stepping into Muscat. Parking to be managed though

Thank ArvindYerram
Reviewed 28 July 2016

We had a very patient guide and an interesting time. You could spend less time and still enjoy a summary of Omani history

Thank Ben C
Reviewed 26 July 2016

when you arrive you are assigned a soldier who acts as your guide, he doesn't guide, he just moves you on from room to room, We were enjoying reading the info boards in most of the rooms when we were informed that we had 10...More

2  Thank Brian M
Reviewed 8 July 2016

this is a must visit for people and military liked people showing the complete history of the armed forces in Oman

Thank marc_witten
Reviewed 8 July 2016 via mobile

Great complex with the Sultan's palace, Al-Jalali Fort and Al-Mirani Fort and 2 museums. The French-Omani museum is not known between the locals so don't trust your guide to show it to you. Unfortunately the museums were closed during Eid holidays. It leaves you with...More

Thank radostina s
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Waladehden72
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Response from Jo O | Reviewed this property |
Hi, 7.30am-1pm Sun-Thu & 3-6pm Sat
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