National Museum of Beirut
Its impressive, magnificently displayed collection of archaeological artefacts offers a great overview of Lebanon’s history and the civilizations that impacted this cultural crossroads.
The national Museum of Beirut holds only artefacts found in Lebanon, there is a new necropolis underground floor to visit.
The National Museum of Beirut (Arabic: متحف بيروت الوطنيّ, Matḥaf Bayrūt al-waṭanī) is the principal museum of archaeology in Lebanon. The collection was begun after World War I, and the museum was officially opened in 1942. The museum has collections totaling about 100,000 objects, most of which…
The national museum has a unique collection that you will get lost for few hours enjoying it :)
“A beautiful architectural and historic space housing art exhibitions by well acclaimed Lebanese and Arab fine artists. A must visit. The museum’s design store is very well curated and the cafe is lovely. ”
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“A nice beachfront area with many restaurants and coffee shops. Would not recommend thin healed shoes, as the flooring is wooden with gaps in between the tiles.”
“Shopping mall with many food options, Leila is one of their best Lebanese restaurants!”
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“Place not to be missed in downtown Beirut for its historical and beautiful buildings and for its big choice of local and international shopping brands. 15 min away from Antelias highway.”
“Party in a former detention center In Western cultural consciousness, the name ‘Beirut’ tends to evoke either war or parties. ‘Why not do both in one space?’ replies Beirut, and here we have it: B018, the legendary club in Karantina. The area’s name stems from the quarantine that stood here in the days of the French protectorate; it later became the site of a camp for thousands of Palestinian, Kurdish, and South Lebanese refugees, who were all massacred or expelled by a Phalangist militia in 1976. Today, and not without controversy, it is home to this sprawling underground club. DJ sets run into the early hours of the morning, when dawn signals the time to draw back the roof and reveal the stars and city lights. It’s explosive. B 018, also pronounced in French B Dix-Huit, is a nightclub that was established in 1994 in Beirut, Lebanon. Today, by staying true to its claim, "A Sound Ritual", B 018 offers an array of nights. From live bands to 80s night during the week and international and local house DJs on the weekends, the club feeds everything heart and ears desire.”