Things to Do

Human Heritage Museum

A museum that unfolds the historical events that trace the history of human beings. It showcases many rare and ancient artifacts and tools that date back to prehistoric times.

Abraj Al Bait

A mega complex of seven skyscraper hotels and the tallest Clock Tower. An area of ​​more than 1.4 million square meters. You will find everything you need from shopping to dining.

Makkah Clock Tower Museum

The Clock Tower Museum is a must visit while you’re in Makkah. It overlooks the Holy Kaaba and is filled with models and structures on astronomy and galaxies. The four-faced Makkah Clock is the largest in the world and weighs around 36,000 tonnes. It is 35 times the size of Big Ben, one of London’s top attractions.

Abraj Al Bait Mall

The most luxurious shopping mall Makkah. It is conveniently located just a few meters away from Masjid al-Haram (Great Mosque of Makkah), the mall is home to many local & international brands and restaurants.

Al Hokair Funland

If you are visiting with your family and you are looking for an adventure, head to Al Hokair Funland. One of the top entertainment attractions in Makkah, this amusement park. There is a little bit for everyone from ice skating halls to a large number of interesting games distributed between its outer squares and internal halls. There are also many restaurants and cafes to dine at.

Hussainia Park

If you are visiting during the cooler season, embrace the outdoors at one of the largest parks in Makkah! It is not only a great picnic spot, this park also features many cafes where you can enjoy your coffee at an unhurried pace. The park also hosts flower festivals.

Al Bayda’a Park

The perfect destination for campers and nature lovers in Madinah. Located northwest of Madinah, this park attracts visitors from all over Saudi Arabia. Wildlife enthusiasts can pitch tents, set bonfires and enjoy a unique camping experience along with hiking and climbing trails suitable for all family members.

Mount Uhud

Majestically standing amidst the plains and valleys, Mount Uhud is considered an important destination for pilgrims looking to admire the imposing castles and rock engravings. The mountain is distinguished by its red colour due to the density of red granite stones, and it features several ancient caves in addition to a group of rare plants and herbs.

Hejaz Railway Station

The Hejaz Railway was stablished in 1900 to create a connection between the capital of the Ottoman Empire and Hejaz, the site of the holiest shrines of Islam and the holy city of Makkah, It’s main objective was to facilitate transportation for Muslim worshippers and pilgrims instead of camel caravans. Today, the station is a main tourist attraction that features a memorial to symbolise the historical importance of the station.

King Abdullah Economic City

Visiting Madinah with your family? Don’t miss out on a chance to visit KAEC city, its unique modern atmosphere and green stretches, which makes it the ideal destination for family picnics. The city is also equipped with various hiking and bike trails, and provides easy access to various popular Red Sea beaches.