Al Ula Museum
Relating the history of Al Ula from the Stone Age, through the Pre-Islamic Era and the Islamic Age, up until the Kingdom's unification, Al Ula Museum has curates numerous rare antiquities, manuscripts, maps and models of Madain Saleh's monuments. Artefacts are showcased across:

Showcase Hall (survey and drawing lab, photography lab, restoration lab, video hall, library).
Entrance Hall (maps of archeological sites in Al Ula, Madain Saleh's model, map of Saudi museums network, photographs, antiquities).
Prehistory Pavilion
Pre-Islamic Pavilion
Islamic Age Pavilion
Unification Pavilion​

Al Ula Museum, Saudi Commission for Tourism and Antiquities (SCTA), Al Ula City - Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
Tel: 014/8840585
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