Located on the intersection of King Fahad and King Abdul Aziz roads, is the Buraydah Museum; a museum that features a marvelous collection of historical artifacts. Those looking to learn about the history of the region should definitely pay this museum a visit. The well preserved exhibits on display, offer visitors a fantastic view of the heritage and culture of the area. The museum houses historical, scientific and cultural halls and it also includes a special section for belongings of the late King Abdul Aziz; the founder of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. A visit to this museum enables guests to learn more about Buraydah’s culture and its social activities in the past.
Visitors could ask the tour guide or inquire at the hotel
8.30am-12.30pm and 4.30pm-9.30pm
Around an hour or more
Adults, senior visitors, young adults, families, children
King Abdul Aziz’s car and all the other marvelous collection of exhibits if time permits
Muslims visiting the museum may be able to find prayer facilities, as most attractions and shopping malls in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia offer prayers rooms for the convenience of their guests as well as staff. If the museum does not provide this facility, locating a mosque nearby will not be difficult, as the city of Buraydah is home to several mosques frequented by its residents and tourists alike.
Muslims visiting any part of Saudi Arabia do not have to worry about locating Halal food as all the restaurants in the Kingdom serve halal cuisine. If tourists are unable to find a restaurant at the museum, this will easily be able to find a restaurant nearby at which they will be able to enjoy some delicious local cuisine.