The conference gala dinner will take place on 25th March evening at Qasr al-Ain or "Al Ain Palace", which is one of the best-reinstated forts in the Abu Dhabi emirate. The museum showcases the everyday life in a ruler's fort when the late Sheikh Zayed and his family resided in the palace prior to 1966. The Bedouin style architecture dates back to 1937 and was converted into a museum in 1998 as a main cultural and tourist attraction. The museum opened its doors to visitors in 2001, and continues to celebrate the rich history of the country and preserves its links to the present and the future. The contrast of modern design elements with traditional Emirati influences can be seen throughout the property. The structure of the museum is a conglomeration of courtyards that merge the official and private use of the facilities in one complex. Each of these areas was built and restored using locally sourced and environmentally friendly building materials including clay, adobe and plaster stones, as well as palm tree elements for roofing rooms, ceilings, doors, and windows. The most visited section of the museum is the room that was devoted to teaching the residents of the palace the Holy Quran and Hadith that comprises of the teaching and sayings of the Prophet Muhammad (Peace Be Upon Him) inscribed on the ceiling.