Jeddah Open Museum

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The Jeddah Sculpture Museum, situated along the picturesque Corniche, showcases over twenty of Jeddah's renowned sculptures. Many of these sculptures, once prominent landmarks in the city, have endured extensive damage over the years due to exposure to natural elements, relentless winds, and the corrosive salt from the sea. To preserve their historical significance and enhance their prominence, a thoughtful decision was made to restore these sculptures to their former glory by housing them in an expansive open-air museum. This museum spans a seven-square-kilometer park along the Jeddah Corniche, fondly known as 'Al Hamraa.'

Adjacent to this open-air museum, an impressive collection of around 400 sculptures is curated in another museum. Here, visitors can admire major works by acclaimed international artists like Henry Moore, Joan Miro, Alexander Calder, and many others. The sculpture collection is truly one of the world's most extensive and focused on public art, encompassing a captivating array of styles ranging from traditional Arabic designs to abstract and monumental masterpieces.

How to explore the Jeddah Open Museum?

- Admire over twenty world-famous sculptures at the Jeddah Sculpture Museum. Engage in guided tours to learn about the history and significance of the sculptures and artists.

- Explore the seven-square-kilometer open-air park, 'Al Hamraa,' along the Jeddah Corniche. Relax and unwind in the tranquil ambiance of the sculpture park.

- Appreciate the diverse range of styles, from traditional Arabic designs to abstract and monumental sculptures.

- Visit the adjacent museum housing around 400 sculptures.

- Attend special events or exhibitions hosted at the museum.

  • imageDuration Required
    2 hours

Address of Jeddah Open Museum

G5M4+9X Al-Hamra'a, Jeddah Saudi Arabia

Opening & Closing time of Jeddah Open Museum

  • Monday
  • Tuesday
  • Wednesday
  • Thursday
  • Friday
  • Saturday
    Open 24 Hours
  • Sunday
    Open 24 Hours

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