1. Mosque of Al-Ghamama
is one of the oldest mosques in Medina, Saudi Arabia, located in the place believed to be where the Islamic prophet Muhammad performed an Eid prayer in the year 631. Nowadays, the mosque is one of the historical relics of Medina.
2. The Beautiful Names of Allah Exhibition
This permanent exhibition located next to Al Masjid an-Nabawi showcases a presentation of the various Names of Allah. Visitors get a chance to immerse in the beauty of the names that are presented in an artistic modern style.
3. Ghar Al Sajda
Its also called Cave of Bani Haram in some of the historical books. It is also believed to be the place where the Islamic prophet Muhammad stopped by for prayer during digging of a trench before the battle where miraculous event occurred.
4. The Seven Mosques
(Al-Masajid As-Sab’ah) or Sab’u Masajid is a complex of six small historic and often visited mosques in the city of Medina, Saudi Arabia. The complex consists of six mosques in spite of the name “Sab’ah�? means “seven�?, because it included the Masjid al-Qiblatayn originally.
5. Hejaz Railway Museum
This museum showcases one of the oldest railways in old Hejaz that used to connect Damascus and Medina passing through Jordan, Sahari, Tabouk mountains and Hejaz mountains. It is 1,329 km long and was established by Sultan Abed Al Hameed the second in 1900. Now open to the public as a museum, it displays the history of the station and Medina.