6. Bay’ah Mosque
Also known as the Mosque of ‘Aqaba Hill. It was built at the request of Caliph Abu Ja’far al-Mansur in 2/761 at the site of al-Bay’ah, i.e. the place where the Prophet Muhammad metwith the Ansar (the supporters), and they took the pledge (‘Bay’ah’, hence the name).
7. Hudaibiyah Mosque
This is the place where the historic treaty of Hudaibiyah was signed by the Prophet (PBUH). It sits close to the Haram boundary. Today, a mosque marks the site, adjacent to which is an undated crumbling structure.
8. Aisha Al Rajhi Mosque
Can accommodate more than 47 thousand worshipers, which was built by businessman Sheikh Sulaiman Al Rajhi stood from his mother. Area of the mosque is estimated at 60,846 square meters.
9. Mecca Museum
Highlights the cultural and historical dimensions of Mecca region, and to inform and educate the community. It offers details between the civilizations and the history of Mecca since the dawn of history until the prosperous present. This Museum was established in Al-Zahir Palace. Museum was established in Al-Zahir Palace.
10. Assalamu Alaika Ayyuha Annabi Museum
Is dedicated to the life of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) and highlights the various key moments in the Prophet’s life. It also shows glimpses from the daily life of the Prophet (PBUH).
16. Mecca Gate
A landmark on the Mecca Mukkarram road of the Jeddah-Mecca Highway. It is the entrance to Mecca Al Mukarama. The gate signies the boundary of the haram area of the city of Mecca, where non-Muslims are prohibited to enter. The structure is that of a book, representing the Qur’an, sitting on a rehal, or book stand.
17. Namra Mosque
In the second century of Islam, Masjid Nimrah was built at the spot where the Prophet (PBUH) delivered his famous sermon at Waadi Urana, after which he led the salah.
18. Jannat al-Mu’alla
Also known as the Cemetery of Ma’la and Al-Hajun, is a cemetery to the north of the Masjid al-Haram. It is the place where The Prophet’s wife, grandfather, and other ancestors are buried.
19. Mecca Museum
Also known as the Tent City. It is situated 5 kilometres to the east of Makkah Al-Mukarama (Mecca). It covers an area of approximately 20 km². Mina is best known for the role it plays during the Hajj. More than 100,000 air-conditioned tents that can house more than 3 million people provide temporary accommodation to visiting pilgrims.
11. Al Saggaf Palace
One of the largest historical palaces in the country, the Saggaf Palace is a testament to the glorious past of Mecca. The palace is currently fenced off and in a dilapidatedcondition, but onlookers can grasp glimpses of the former glory its ruins evoke.
12. Abraj Al Bait
Also known as, Fairmont Mecca Clock Royal Tower, it is a ver-star hotel located next to the Masjid Al Haram with a prime location as the closest hotel to The Holy Kaaba and the best for Umrah and Hajj. It is one of the world’s tallest buildings with 120 oors and 1542 guest rooms suites and Residences, nine state-of-the-art restaurants, 56 elevators that allow easy access to and from Al Masjid Al Haram.
13. Mecca Library
This library sited on the place where the Prophet (PBUH) was born on Monday 12 Rabi’ Al-Awwal (April 571 ,22 CE), in the Year of the Elephant
14. Kiswa Factory
Kiswa factory is where visitors can get to see the Kiswa of The Holy Kaaba being made right in front of them. The factory has been making the kiswa of The Holy Kaaba since 1927 AD andhas gone through many upgrades and renovation works over the years. To visit the factory you will need a permit beforehand.
15. Two Holy Mosques Architecture Exhibition
t holds a magnicent array of items that were part of the two Holy Harams in Mecca and Medina at one time, dating as far back as the 10th century (AH). Some of the main pieces are the doors of The Holy Kaaba and the Holy Mosques in Mecca and Medina, which have been replaced during renovations and enhancements over the centuries.
s an open area near Mecca Al Mukaramah associated with the Hajj. It lies just southeast of Mina on the route between Mina and Arafat. The stay at Muzdalifah is preceded by a day at Arafat, consisting of glorifying Allah, repeating the Supplication, and repentance to Allah and asking Him for forgiveness.
21. Rami al-Jamarat
Stoning of the Devil is part of the Hajj pilgrimage to the holy city of Makkah Al Mukaramah (Mecca). During the ritual, Muslim pilgrims throw pebbles at three walls (formerly pillars), called Jamarat, in the city of Mina just east of Makkah Al Mukaramah (Mecca).
22. Al-Safa and Al-Marwah
Al-Safa and Al-Marwah are two small hills located in the Masjid al-Haram in Makkah Al-Mukaramah (Mecca), between which pilgrims travel back and forth seven times during the Hajj and Umrah.
23. Mecca Mall
Dedicated to create a vibrant and unique upscale shopping, dining and entertainment environment for the whole family.