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This living museum is one to visit if you are in Al Hamra, Oman. It is an old house in a very old part of town and really is a living museum. You get great insights into how these mud houses were constructed, some of...More
A great way to see a sampling of history and traditional Omani and Arabic culture. The tour guide was extremely friendly and knowledgeable. It is a bit out of the way, but not too hard to find with Google Maps.
Very highly recommended!
We stumbled upon Bait al Safah while wandering the desolated alleyways of Al Hamra. We got so lucky! We had a full tour of this renovated house in which local crafts and traditions are showcased. Do yourself a favor and visit it!
Very interesting old house (village elders) where you learn the basic of customs, have a drink and see the inside of the house and some ladies preparing food or other tasks. Very welcoming and informative. Just be aware you cant drive up to it and...More
A lot of people would think hokey but actually seeing how people lived back in the day is really neat IMHO. Not easy to locate as there is no signage. It was very busy as a local photo shoot going on at the time so...More
One of my teenage son's favorite experiences. May sound hokey (dressing up in local clothing, watching roasting of coffee and production of organ oil by local women) but it was engaging and wonderful. Haleed our guide was funny and was happy to talk endlessly about...More
Very difficult to find, since there are no signs showing the direction. Look for the blue door.
Once you are there, you’ll find a very interesting old house and get taught much about Oman’s history. Our guide Mohammed did a great job, gave an exciting...More
This old house has been designed to introduce the visitor to how certain things were produced "in the old days", be it crisp bread, coffee and an oil which is said to be good for bowel problems and skin complaints. We watch the womenfolk at...More
A must in Al Harma and closeby. Nice old house refurbished in the old town where we could see how oil and bread was done in the past. The owner is very friendly and had with him dats and omani coffee! Do not miss it!
Response from zahranalabri12 | Property representative |
Hi Tina, Bait Al Safah doesn't organise trips to the Damaniyat Islands. You can find some travel agency in muscat that have trips to the Damaniyat Islands.
We are looking for your visit to Bait Al Safah.
Zahran Al Abri