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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 Halls: 
Entrance Hall: it contains text panels and maps that locate archeological sites in Al Ula; a model of one of Madain Saleh's facades; a model of museums network in the Kingdom; photographs; and heritage pieces.

Prehistory Pavilion: it displays texts and pictures illustrating man's early life; Earth's formation; geological strata; and the Stone Age and its tools.

Pre-Islamic Periods Pavilion: it starts after the Stone Age to the Pre-Islamic Era. It displays a collection of antiquities, paintings, inscriptions and petroglyphs, in addition to texts and pictures that describe Pre-Islamic periods and the most important archeological sites, such as: Al Hijr (Madain Saleh) and Al Khoraiba in Al Ula. 

Islamic Age Pavilion: it tells the story of Prophet Muhammad's migration to Medina; the Rightly Guided Caliphs Era; and the successive Islamic Periods, in addition to exhibiting a collection of various antiquities and paintings that include texts, images and manuscripts dating back to that period and their discovery locations in Al Ula Governorate, such as Al Mabyat archeological site.

The Kingdom's Unification Pavilion: it tells the story of the First Saudi State until our present time, through displaying paintings, pictures and films about the different stages of the Saudi State, in addition to a selection of Al Ula's antiquities.

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