Ajman Heritage District is a lovely, tranquil place to wander around, admire the street art of scenes of traditional life and stop off for tea or coffee.
is next to Ajman Museum and is made up of streets named after poets. The traditional buildings house shops selling old coins, stamps, perfume, etc, as well as coffee shops and tea rooms. It’s also and sit and watch the world go by.
Ajman Heritage District
The most striking feature though is the street art depicting scenes of traditional Emirati life.
The centrepiece is the sculpture named Al Mizan inspired by Arabic calligraphy and symbolising culture and generosity. It was created by internationally renowned French-Tunisian artist El Seed. El Seed also has an art piece on a building in Ajman and also one in Sharjah.