The Baghdadi Museum or the Wax Museum. The Baghdadi Museum documents a period of time in the history of Baghdad and conveys accurate details about the life of the Baghdadis and the ancient traditional lifestyle, as it includes more than 400 statues,
The Baghdadi Museum opened in 1970 in its current location near the Al-Mustansiriya School building and Al-Mutanabbi Street in central Baghdad.
It occupies a building whose construction dates back to 1869 during the Ottoman Empire.
The museum was damaged during the US-led invasion of Iraq in 2003 and was restored in August 2008.
work hours From
9:00 to 13:30
Entrance fee for Al-Baghdadi Museum 1,000 Iraqi Dinars (0.60 EUR / 0.70 USD) for Iraqis and foreigners