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The ASCC Museums – 1 Year Later

The Abdullah Al-Salem Cultural Centre (ASCC) opened nearly a year ago and since then I’ve visited it nearly a dozen times. It’s right down the street from my place and so it’s really convenient for me to drop by whenever I want. One of the things I was concerned about when the museums first opened up was how it would hold up to the abuse.

Well I’ve got good news, all six museums are still pretty much intact. I passed by on Thursday and went through all the exhibits and I could count the number of exhibits that were out-of-order on my hand. Not only that but since my last visit a few months ago, new cafes have opened up and a couple of new exhibits were added.

Best part about the museum is that there rarely is anyone ever there. For example I passed by Thursday evening and there were barely any people which is great if you don’t like crowds.

If you haven’t been to the museums yet then I’d highly recommend you do so, it’s just a cool place to walk around and chill with loads of outdoor spaces to explore as well as the actual museums themselves. For more information click [Here]

11 replies on “The ASCC Museums – 1 Year Later”

Can we talk about the scams being done by local cellphone providers and how the telecommunications authority is empowering customers abuse rather than consumer protection?!

Has anyone else noticed that there is literally NO SIGNAGE on ASCC’s waterfront side overlooking Gulf Road?

Hundreds of thousands of cars pass in front of it every day, 24/7, and I bet you most of them have no idea what this big shiny building is meant to be!

Come on ASCC!

Strongly agree. I was checked when many friends and family members told me they don’t know about ASCC or where it is located.

Strongly agree. I was shocked when many friends and family members told me they don’t know about ASCC or where it is located.

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