Makkah Province
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Clock Tower Museum - Makkah

4.7
Clock Tower Museum, King Abdul Aziz Road, Mecca Saudi Arabia
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Description

Introduction

Abraj Al-Bait Clock Tower is a complex of skyscraper hotels located in Makkah, Saudi Arabia. On its top four floors is a museum known as the Clock Tower Museum. This museum is located at the highest point in all of Makkah. It is under the authority of the Misk Foundation, which is a non-profit organization founded by Muhammad Bin Salman, the Crown Prince. Since 6th May 2019, the beginning of Ramadan, the museum has been open to visitors.

Major features

The museum has four floors, each of which has a different motif and unique features. The first floor shows you the design and production stages of the Makkah tower, while the second floor is known for depicting time measurement methods used back in the day. Floor number three explains how people used to organize their lives and activities around the sun, the moon, and the earth, whereas the top-most floor depicts details of space and planets. The fourth floor is also home to a balcony that boasts stunning views of the grand mosque. Moreover, the museum is also home to the largest clock in the world. 

Location

Clock Tower Museum, King Abdul Aziz Road, Mecca Saudi Arabia

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Google review

I'd love to know how it is but it's closed since corona outbreak:')
Ehsan Ullah

Ehsan Ullah

07/05/2022 05:43

Google review

A nice place to stay... owing to its location, services and many more
Muhammad Zahed

Muhammad Zahed

07/02/2022 05:52

Google review

The museum was first opened to visitors in May 2019. It has four floors where each floor represents a unique topic. The first floor shows the Makkah tower, its design and production stages. The second floor exhibits time measurements used in ancient days. The third floor explains how the sun, the moon, and the earth were used in the past to organize life and activities. The fourth floor depicts details of space and planets. There is also a balcony with a panoramic view of the Grand Mosque.
Maqsood Shaikh

Maqsood Shaikh

06/25/2022 23:03

Google review

2019 snaps and still worth a visit. Entry is 150SR or 300SR (VIP) and closed for Hajj season for the moment.
Mohammed Faz

Mohammed Faz

04/18/2022 00:00

Google review

Highly crowded for obvious reasons. But well maintained and organised. You'll find all the needful inside this Tower right from food, shopping, barbershop, jewellers & you just name it.
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