The Abdullah Al Salem Cultural Centre is Nearly Done

Post by Mark

Originally expected to be completed by the end of this year, the completion time for the Sheikh Abdullah Al Salem Cultural Centre in Shaab has now been pushed back a tiny bit towards the end of January, early February.

The exhibits are already being fitted and I’ve been seeing trucks the past few weeks unloading more and more stuff. If you look carefully while driving by on the Gulf Road you can even spot dinosaurs and I think even a large Shark hanging on display.

The Sheikh Abdullah Al Salem Cultural Centre is currently one of the largest cultural and science projects in the world and once complete will house four museums, Natural History, Science, Islamic and Space.

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8 comments, add your own...

  1. Joe says:

    and now get on with cleaning up the rest of the country and improve infrastructure!

  2. safa says:

    I pass by daily, they are always working. looking forward to it.

  3. Khaled says:

    Don’t forget – there’ll also be a fine arts center/museum and theater in addition the four museums you listed.

  4. Mohammad says:

    No “Things to do this weekend”?

  5. sdk says:

    Architecture and Design has boomed in kuwait last few years , Kuwait don’t look the same as when i came here …

    • sulaiman-COOKIEEE says:

      i know, i remember a few years ago all they did was put those horrible aluminium sheets on buildings and expected it to be enough.

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