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Coffee museum

69 69 St | What3words: ///roses.laying.lashed, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
+971 4 353 8777
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69 69 St | What3words: ///roses.laying.lashed, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
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"arabic coffee"
in 6 reviews
"coffee enthusiast"
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"al bastakiya"
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"coffee making equipment"
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"cafe upstairs"
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"walking tour"
in 2 reviews
"heritage village"
in 2 reviews
"bur dubai"
in 2 reviews
"worth a visit"
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"history"
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"showcase"
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"insight"
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Small museum about coffee. Smells great inside! Interesting tidbits about coffee. There was a coffee lecture going on when I came in, but no invitation to join, so not sure how that works.

Thank dfreeze2017
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Small coffee museum Free to enter We looked around independently No one around to explain things to us Interesting old grinders But nothing to reallly make you enthused with your visit

Thank KentJulieb
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Reviewed 1 April 2018 via mobile

We started off our walking tour of old Dubai with a visit to this museum - what a wonderful beginning. Old coffee making equipment, coffee powder for sale, and the best part - wonderful coffee to be had. I liked the Ethiopian ( served with...More

Thank gypsybloood
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Reviewed 17 March 2018 via mobile

We love coffee and live close to this place which is at Bastakiya, old town Dubai and had never explored it until now. Coffee Meseum explores the history of coffee across not just the Arab and African cultures but also South America, Spain and Paris....More

Thank Oofrish C
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Reviewed 1 February 2018

The place was a bit hidden as it is located at the back row of the shop lots. You can cmell coffee when you are approaching the area. Small place in the 2-storey building with about more than 4 rooms displaying coffee origins, and the...More

Thank Tun M
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Reviewed 24 January 2018 via mobile

Nice place to visit, and try somesorts of cofee. Would like to see more details, like when and how coffee machine is done.

Thank Stas Y
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Reviewed 15 January 2018

Dubai is a very commercial city and this little area gives you some real insight into the history and heritage of Dubai. Coffee Museum is conveniently located in the Heritage village - which as some has previously mentioned the taxi drivers will not have a...More

2  Thank AM-AM-Travellers
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Reviewed 9 January 2018

Very nice small museum with a lots of info to learn. One can complete a visit with having a great coffee served on site.

Thank joannak907
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Reviewed 4 January 2018

We had real trouble finding this place, the place is very small but very interesting. Its on two levels. The first level deals with Arabic coffee and the second worldwide coffee. There are restrooms and a coffee shop located upstairs. The coffee shop we found...More

Thank GBJ-Cookies
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Reviewed 22 December 2017

This place is really cozy not only because of the aroma of coffee wafting through the air, but also because it's a Arabic style house converted into a museum/coffee shop. There's tons of things to know more about coffee than the test and aroma it...More

Thank janmcvee
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Zahraa E
8 July 2017|
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Response from Ali A | Reviewed this property |
‫Its free, make sure to be there in the working hours times, the area somehow crowded. if you are usuing a car you will pay a parkig fee. i recmmend to use a taxi going to that area, as it is crowded with narrow roads‬
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LayniMSN
12 April 2017|
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Response from Hadeel M | Reviewed this property |
you could either take a taxi and ask him to drop you off at Bastakiya which is where the coffee museum is at. You just need to walk you way around it because there are art galleries and cafes in the area. Or if you want to... More
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