The Sharjah Museum of Islamic Civilization is a museum dedicated to Islamic art, culture, and civilization. Located in the heart of Sharjah’s historic district, the museum showcases the rich and diverse cultural heritage of the Islamic world, spanning from the 7th to the 19th century. The museum’s exhibits include a range of artifacts, such as ceramics, calligraphy, textiles, metalwork, and scientific instruments, among others. The displays are organized thematically, with exhibits covering topics such as Islamic faith, science, art, and culture, providing visitors with a comprehensive view of Islamic civilization. One of the museum’s most notable features is its Islamic astronomy exhibit, which includes a working replica of an ancient astrolabe, an astronomical instrument used by Islamic scholars to observe the stars and navigate the seas. The exhibit provides a fascinating insight into the contributions of Islamic scholars to the fields of astronomy, mathematics, and science.