Sharjah 24: The Sharjah Classic Cars Museum offers practical workshops for children from 5 to 12 years old every Friday, in line with the precautionary measures in place.
The museum has attached barcodes to the displayed cars to identify their types and specifications.
The Sharjah Classic Cars Museum was first opened in 2008 and housed 93 classic cars before the Sharjah Museums Authority reopened it in 2013 after modernising the manner of cars display and organising cars according to their manufacture period.
Museum’s Curator Abdul Rahman Ali Al Hamadi confirmed that the museum has developed significantly after the Corona pandemic, as workshops were held for children from 5 to 12 years old every Friday from August to December 2021, to teach children drawing car logos on cups .
In an exclusive statement to "Sharjah 24", Al Hammadi said, "In light of this pandemic, we were able to exceed the expected number of visitors, and there are visits by individuals, families and different segments of society."
He added that the museum has added barcodes to most cars, as an alternative to the guide, through which visitors to the museum can scan the barcode to identify the cars and their history and all needed information.