Oman museums go cashless

All museums affiliated with the Ministry of Heritage and Culture will be card-only from January 1, 2020

Oman museums go cashless

All museums in Oman run by the Ministry of Heritage and Culture are now cashless.

From January 1, 2020, these museums will only be accepting card payments, the ministry announced on its social media channels.

The decision was made based on instructions made by the Ministry of Finance.

Museums run by the Ministry of Heritage and Culture include the Museum of Natural History and Bait al Baranda.

If you’re looking for the best museums in Muscat, don’t forget to check out our guide of where to experience culture in the city.

Alternatively, why not take a stab at doing all of these 15 best things to do in Muscat on your next trip.

And if you’re looking to get out of the capital city, we’ve also got a guide to the best 15 day trips to take from Muscat.

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