The Natural History Museum and Desert Park in Sharjah allows guests to discover about the bionetwork of the Arabian Desert. The children's farm allows children to perceive a close glimpse with farm animals. The kitchen serves fresh milk, home-grown cheese, and yogurt. A beehive can be seen as bees’ wing in and out throughout a see-through hose. A Breeding Center for Endangered Arabian Animals initiated 1998, but the center is not open to the community, because the animals require harmony and silence to breed. The geology hallway presents a vigorous geological display by portraying the tale of life on earth since the beginning of creation.