Arab American National Museum

Suggest an edit · Your business? Claim now
The Arab American National Museum opened in 2005 and is the first museum in the world devoted to Arab American history and culture.

Reviews

Tripadvisor
4.5/5(95)
Facebook
4.4/5(541)

Loading reviews...
Recent reviews
Events & Exhibition
Architecture
History
Cultural
Art
Time
Any rating
Loading reviews...
Nov 23, 2022
Wonderful museum with lovely exhibits and audio experiences. The extent of the Arab contributions to everything is widely explained and shown Full review by pbaccash26
Jun 29, 2020
My favorite part during this whole experience is the rich vibe and beautiful architecture that is inside the museum. Full review by 594mo
Feb 18, 2020
The first floor is dedicated to the contribution of Arabs in science, mathematics, architecture, music, etc. throughout history. The second floor has three section, one involving the journey of Arabs… Full review by GeneralGrievous123

Facts

Established:2005
Director:Diana Abouali

Amenities

Questions & answers

Q:
Hi! Are there any parks or playgrounds nearby?
A:
Dearborn has so many playgrounds and parks. There are a few nearby playgrounds and green areas/parks that would be a short walk. If you can take a short drive, you can visit …
A:
Dearborn has so many playgrounds and parks. There are a few nearby playgrounds and green areas/parks that would be a short walk. If you can take a short drive, you can visit Hines Park. Hines Park has many playgrounds, barbecue/grilling spots, pavillions, and trails. Greenfield Village is nearby and a really great place to visit. In addition to all of the cool things to see and do, you can bring in your own food and have a picnic on one of the beautiful lawns or in the shade under a tree. (There are places within GV to get food, snacks, and beverages.)
Q:
Is it handicap accessible?
A:
As a newer building, I'm sure it is. I didn't notice any ADA barriers, but I wasn't looking specifically for that. I do recall that the rear parking lot was in horribe condition, which may …
A:
As a newer building, I'm sure it is. I didn't notice any ADA barriers, but I wasn't looking specifically for that. I do recall that the rear parking lot was in horribe condition, which may limit ADA accessibility. Sorry I am not sure. I do ADA inspectons for a living, but somehow overlooked this on my visit.
A:
Answer by David T · Apr 22, 2018
Q:
is there parking?
A:
Yes next to the Museum's main entrance.
Oops! Something went wrong, Please try again after a few minutes
Data from: Tripadvisor