Muscat: Sultan’s Armed Forces Museum will open its doors tomorrow to visitors, citizens and residents, while adhering to the health requirements, procedures and precautionary instructions followed in this regard.
This comes based on the decision of the Supreme Committee in charge of examining the mechanism for dealing with developments resulting from the spread of the new Corona virus (Covid-19) related to the opening of some activities, including museums and castles, and in the interest of the Sultan’s Armed Forces Museum management to provide an opportunity for visitors to see what is rich in The museum contains the Omani legacies and exhibits that indicate the development of the Sultan’s armed forces through many manuscripts, models and historical weapons that tell the long tradition of Omani military history.
The dates of the museum visit will be daily, starting tomorrow, Sunday, until next Thursday, during the morning period, and the museum will be closed on Friday, provided that it will resume opening its doors from tomorrow in two periods in the morning and evening.
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