The Dickson House Cultural Centre, as it is now known, once served as the official residence for a series of British Political Agents to Kuwait, with the most famous of them being Colonel Harold Dickson who came to Kuwait with his wife, Violet, and two young children in 1929. The house was the scene of momentous occasions in Kuwait’s history and provided accommodation to a multitude of fascinating characters including royalty, statesmen, writers, oil prospectors, rebel leaders, and explorers. Enjoy tea/coffee on a beautiful balcony along with the sea view. Limited Seats!
Fee: KD 3 per person
Advance reservations required at [email protected]