http://howtolivelikeanomaniprincess.blogspot.com/2016/11/omans-national-museum-ground-floor.html ] but really, the first floor had what I was I was looking for in terms of collections.
My thing is definitely late-bronze to early iron age civilizations.
I wanted to spend more time in the Prehistory and Ancient History gallery (where a stone axe head is on show, being one of the oldest ever found in Arabia) but my kids were bored, so we mostly spent time in all the other galleries but the ones I actually wanted to see.
Still there was some Magan copper. And bronze age amber necklaces and pottery.
More of those lovely Iranian imported tiles:
(I read in Zanzibar, the slaves used to sleep under the bed that's why it is so high but I forget the source. Could be wrong).