Religious Sights

The Prophet’s Mosque (Al-Masjid an-Nabawī)

Often referred to as “Al-Masjid al-Nabawi”, this holy mosque is considered the second holiest site in Islam and one of the largest mosques in the world. Holding a special place among Muslims, the most notable feature of the mosque is the “Green Dome”, which is built above the tomb of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH).

Miqat Mosque

Located 14 kilometres away from the Prophet’s Mosque, this mosque was originally built by the Caliph Umar bin Abdulaziz when he was the prince of Madinah and went through various renewing attempts during both the Abbasid and the Ottoman eras. Today, the mosque can accommodate roughly 5,000 worshippers and consists of two corridors separated by a wide-open space.

Dar Al Madinah Museum

Take a trip through the civilisational history and Islamic culture. The museum features an exhibition on the biography of the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) and a collection of historical Islamic monuments, ancient manuscripts and valuable documents.

The Beautiful Names of Allah Gallery

An unforgettable experience showcasing the beautiful names of Allah in 3D effects. The exhibition adopts the latest advanced technologies and features various halls, including the Panoramic Exhibition Hall, the Glorification and Reverence Hall, and the Love and Modesty Hall.