A beautiful building located 45 kilometers south of Abu Dhabi is the Emirates National Auto Museum exhibiting a collection of rich cars. From the largest, longest, oldest, and most expensive collection, this is the collection of Sheikh Hamad bin Hamdan Al Nahyan’s car collection.
There are 200 cars including off-road vehicles, classic American cars and displays. The electric Mercedes of 1885 is the oldest and largest truck in the world and the new glass SUVs are among the museum’s most valuable items.
An attractive collection of Mercedes 500 SELs purchased by the sheikh in 1983 with 7 rainbow colors for each day of the weak is the highlight of the area. The museum, featured on the BBC’s Top Gears program, is an exciting place to stand while en route to Liwa Oasis.
The Emirates National Auto Museum is a national car museum in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. There are many amazing museums in Abu Dhabi and one Emirates National Auto Machine. The Emirates National Auto Museum is home to a large collection of cars and other attractions unlike anything else in the UAE. Located in Abu Dhabi – Liwa Road, this unique museum hosts a collection of cars by Sheikh Hamad Bin Hamdan Al Nahyan. You may have seen a museum before you got there with its huge pyramid shape appearing on the horizon as you drive up. Before you get inside there is a lot you can see including the big Jeep which is actually a flat as well as a retired British jet jumbo. Let’s be sure it’s an Instagram dream and that’s it just before we get inside.
After taking your summaries you can go inside and check out the collection of over 200 cars. There is everything from off-road cars and classic American cars, to the rainbow collection of the Sheikh Sheikh and the largest truck in the world. A large number of one-way vehicles made as part of a collection next to military vehicles and more. The petrol heads could have spent the whole day looking at the collection, actually a museum shown in a Top Gear piece earlier.
The museum is a great place to stop if you are going to Liwa or if you wish a day trip from Abu Dhabi. So, if you still want a different day trip, add this to your calendar. Meanwhile, in the years to come, Saadiyat Island will be home to some of the world’s most fascinating museums.
The museum is located in Al Dhafra about 45 kilometers south of the city of Abu Dhabi. The museum has a collection of about 200 vehicles belonging to Sheikh Hamad bin Hamdan Al Nahyan in the pyramid building.
This collection includes off-road vehicles, classic American cars, a collection of Mercedes “rainbow” of different colors, the 1885 Mercedes using steam power, and the world’s largest truck. It has appeared on the BBC television program Top Gear.
Like a kooky mirage, a pyramid-like structure rises to the desert sand about 45km south of Abu Dhabi on a lonely highway leading to Liwa Oasis. It carries a collection of private cars by Sheikh Hamad Bin Hamdan Al Nahyan, nicknamed the ‘Rainbow Sheikh’: about 200 vehicles – from cars to cars to designs to classics of America – the oldest being the 1885 steam-powered Mercedes.
In 1983, Sheikh Hamad purchased seven Mercedes 500 SELs, painted with rainbow colors for each day of the week. The car park is a resting place for many luxury cars, including the sheikh’s beast truck, an eight-room motorcycle complete with a balcony, and the Globe Trailer has been called ‘world on wheels’.
If you are looking for a quirky place to take beautiful photos, go to this gem. A great place to stand on the way to and from Liwa, and about 45 kilometers south of the city of Abu Dhabi, this ‘pyramid’ has around 200 vehicles belonging to his Government Sheikh Hamad Bin Hamdan Al Nahyan.
You will find a large collection of off-road cars and old American cars, a rainbow collection of Princess Sheikh and the largest truck in the world. Another collection has been featured on the BBC television series Top Gear.
Opening hours are 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. seven days a week, but they can change.
SHEIKH HAMAD BIN HAMDAN AL Nahyan could be the most hateful and radical billionaire in the world. He can tell you that, and he can proudly accept the title. After that he is likely to show off his most valuable asset: a museum built in a custom-made pyramid collection of cars that would put any music video to shame.
After his car collection grew exponentially and strangely, he decided to give back to the community, and built a museum that would house all of his famous cars. Known for his ascension, Sheikh Hamad built a large, white pyramid to show off his cars on the island of Al Futaysi, where he also built his name on the sand to be seen in the sky.
The museum is full of old, flexible cars and, it is the custom-made cars that Sheikh Hamad is known for. Compiling his collection is his world-renowned mobile home, and a Mercedes beast truck that delights crowds. Apparently the one that is as dry as an egg in his collection is his other mobile home, which resembles Jabba’s flying palace in Return of the Jedi. It is the largest two-wheeled home in the world.
For adults $13.61 (AED 50) and children under the age of ten are free.
Whether you get into cars or not, you will not regret checking out the high collection of cars by Sheikh Hamad bin Hamdan al-Nahayan – a member of the royal family called Rainbow Sheikh. In keeping with his nickname, he has collected Mercedes cars in all the colors of the rainbow here. Space also accommodates 200 different types of vehicles, from off-road machines to classic American – even the largest truck in the world. This amazing over-the-top lesson is a great place to stop when you are going to or from Liwa. To prepare for the trip, watch the “Mercedes Rainbow” episode of the BBC’s Top Gear program.
About 45 kilometers (28 kilometers) south of Abu Dhabi, you will find the museum, home to the “Rainbow Sheikh” car park, Sheikh Hamad bin Hamdan Al Nahyan. He built a large garage in the middle of the desert to accommodate his collection, which includes the world’s largest truck and world-class RV, not to mention the rainbow of Sedan sedans, one for each day of the week.