Destinations

Destinations

Bahrain National Museum
One of the first museums in the Gulf, the Bahrain National Museum opened in 1988 Read more
Qalat al Bahrain site and museum
Known as Dilmun in ancient times, Bahrain’s rich trading history is reflected in numerous archaeological digs around the island Read more
Boats Trips to Bu Maher Fort
The Bu Maher Fort Visitor’s Center is the starting point to discovering more about the Pearling Path that has been designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site Read more
Block 338
Located in the heart of Adliya, Block 338 is a charming pedestrian quarter crammed with international restaurants, art galleries, and small boutiques Read more
Al Dar Island
Al Dar Island is the nearest island getaway to Bahrain Read more
Bab al Bahrain
Bab Al Bahrain is located at the entrance to the Manama Suq in Bahrain’s capital city Manama Read more
Aali burial mounds and Pottery workshops
Amongst Bahrain’s mysterious ancient remains are the thousands of burial mounds that dominate the landscape north of the Island Read more
Old Houses of Muharraq
Muharraq, the former capital of Bahrain, is known for its cultural contributions through the many restored traditional Bahraini houses that can be found amidst the narrow lanes and byways Read more
Formula One
Even if you are not a motor racing fan you will be caught up in the thrill and excitement of the planet’s biggest racing event Read more
Bait al Quran
Housed in a building spectacularly engraved with Arabic script, Beit al Quran (House of Quran) Read more
Al Jasra Handicrafts Centre
The village of Al Jasra offers a look into the traditional arts and crafts that many of the villages in Bahrain have historically produced Read more
Lost Paradise of Dilmun Water Park
A sprawling water park featuring vertiginous slides and other thrilling rides in addition to a large wave pool and lazy river Read more
Ain Umm Al-Sujur Site
Ain Umm Al-Sujur is the largest fresh water spring in Bahrain Read more
Al Khamis Mosque
Built around 692 AD, Al Khamis Mosque is one of the oldest mosques in the Arab world Read more
Arad Fort
Strategically located as a sea passage, Arad fort is a typical example of Omani military architecture at the end of the 15th and early 16th centuries Read more
Sheikh Salman Bin Ahmed Al Fateh Fort
Sheikh Salman bin Ahmed Al-Fateh Fort, commonly known as Riffa Fort due to its location in Riffa Read more
Barbar Temples
The Barbar complex consists of three successive temples built over 5 stages and dating back to the 2nd and 3rd millennium BC Read more
Siyadi House
The house of Ahmed bin Jasim Siyadi, a former well-known pearl merchant in the 19th century Read more
Diraz Temple
Diraz is home to an impressive archaeological discovery dating back to 3rd millennium BC Read more
Saar Settlement
The Saar settlement features an entire residential quarter comprising well-preserved courtyard houses Read more
Al Areen Wildlife Reserve
Al Areen Wildlife Reserve houses rare and endangered species in a 16 sq. km area Read more
Sheikh Salman Bin Ahmed Al Fateh Museum
The Museum at the Sheikh Salman Bin Ahmed Al Fateh Fort documents the history and traditions of the ruling Al Khalifa family Read more
Bahrain National Theatre
Opened in 2012,the exquisitely designed Bahrain National Theater is the first national theater in the Kingdom and one its cultural icons Read more
Al Fateh Mosque
The grand Al Fateh Mosque is both Bahrain’s largest place of worship and among one of the largest mosques in the world Read more
Al Jasra House
The village of Al Jasra offers a look into the traditional arts and crafts that many of the villages in Bahrain have historically produced Read more
Sheikh Isa Bin Ali House
The House of Sheikh Isa bin Ali Al Khalifa was his residence and the seat of his government Read more
Sheikh Ebrahim bin Mohammed Al Khalifa Centre for Culture and Research
Built on the site of the Majlis of Sheikh Ebrahim bin Mohammed Al Khalifa Read more
Al Bareh Gallery
Al Bareh Gallery hosts exhibitions by leading regional artists Read more
Al Riwaq Gallery
Al Riwaq Gallery is a non-profit gallery primarily exhibiting the works of emerging artists from Bahrain and the region as well as exhibitions by international artists Read more
Hawar Islands
Located 20kms south of Bahrain, the Hawar Islands are a renowned wildlife reserve of international significance Read more
Al Qaisariya Souq
One of the oldest parts of Muharraq market, Al Qaisariya Souq features a range of shops that sell a variety of products and trade goods ranging from pearls to spices and teas Read more
Tree of Life Visitors Centre
A marvel in the desert, the Tree of Life is famous for surviving for over 100 years despite its existence with no source of water Read more
Mohammed bin Fares Hall
The Mohammed bin Fares Hall is located near the Mohammed bin Faris House for Fan al Sawt (The Art of Voice) Read more
Ibrahim Al Arrayed House of Poetry
A gathering place for poetry and poets, the Poetry House was the residence of Ibrahim Al Arrayed, Bahrain’s foremost figure in poetry and literature for over half a century Read more
Memory of Manama - Khalaf House
One of Manama’s most unique houses, Khalaf House exemplifies the city’s strong ties to the history of pearls and trade Read more
Al Khamis Visitor ’s Centre
Al Khamis visitor’s center provides a permanent exhibition at the site of the oldest Islamic archaeological site and mosque in Bahrain Read more
Al- Khalefeyah Library
Al- Khalefeyah Library is situated in the old city center Of Muharraq and it is reconstructed on the original Khalefeyah Library, which was one of the first public libraries to be built in Bahrain Read more
Post Office
The original post office of Manama, situated directly behind Bab Al Bahrain, is now the location of a newly renovated museum that documents the history Read more
AL Hedaya AL Khalifia School
Founded in 1919 in the northern part of the city of Muharraq, Al Hedaya Al Khalifia is the first modern school in Bahrain Read more