Dammam is a spectacularly modern city. It is not only the capital of the Eastern Province but also the sixth most populous city in Saudi Arabia. After the discovery of oil in 1938, the city rapidly transformed from a traditional coastal village into a contemporary metropolis with state-of-the-art infrastructure and all the modern amenities.
With striking views of the Arabian Gulf, the city offers peaceful waterfronts, lush green parks, and spotless beaches. Dammam is home to a sizable population of expatriates. It is not just the administrative hub of the Saudi oil industry but is also reinventing itself as a hub for sports, art, science, and entertainment. Visitors will find plenty to do and plenty of places to visit in Dammam, including street art exhibitions which are quickly becoming one of the city’s leading attractions.
Your Tour leader/driver will pick you up from the meeting point. From the moment your tour starts, your tour leader will give you full attention. Once in the car, your tour leader will talk to you about all the things on the way as well as other aspects of your tour that will interest you.
2- King Abdulaziz center
tart your tour visiting the King Abdulaziz Center for World Culture(Ithra) for a photo stop . It rising 90 meters from the desert, The King Abdulaziz Center for World Culture also known asIthra, is situated in Dhahran, Saudi Arabia. It was built by Saudi Aramco andinaugurated by King Salman bin Abdulaziz on December 1, 2016.
1 hour • Admission Ticket Not Included
3- Al Khobar
Then you will visit The Alfan Sharqy Urban Art Exhibition Bayoniya, Al Khobar. The historic neighborhood of Bayoniya got a makeover in 2018, courtesy of a coterie of young Saudi artists who turned its streets into a giant canvas, complete with an explosion of graffiti. The Alfan Sharqy (Art is Eastern) graffiti exhibit was organized by Dawi Gallery, under the sponsorship of Princess Abeer bint Faisal Al Saud, and saw six of the area’s traditional houses transformed by a rainbow of murals, chromatic calligraphy and abstract designs. The walls here are a reminder that exciting and transformative art can appear in the most unexpected of places.
1 hour • Admission Ticket Free
4- Taybeen Museum
Then we will move to the next visit to Taybeen Museum, It is a passion project, powered by nostalgia. The300-square-meter museum in Al Khobar was born of Majid Al Ghamdi’s urge top reserve the vintage finds of his youth, a pastime that grew into a collection of retro toys, board and video games, posters, televisions, cameras, and branded food and drink containers 10,000 pieces strong. With a cabinet charting the evolution of Coke bottles from the 1970s on, plush Sesame Street character toys and vintage Barbie’s, there is no better place to relive your childhood.
1 hour • Admission Ticket Included
5- Heritage Village
At the end drive to Heritage Village in Dammam, Part museum, part restaurant, Dammam’s turret-topped. it gives visitors glimpse into a simpler life. The five-story building houses a museum, where troves of jewelry, manuscripts, fabrics and other artifacts are on display, and a small craft-filled market where Arabic perfumes, incense, woven palm-frond baskets and wall hangings are sold. But the biggest draw here for many is the restaurant. Curl up on traditional floor cushions and sample delicious local fare, including delectable mezze spreads and platters of grilled meats and rice, for an experience that comes close to eating in a Saudi home.
1 hour • Admission Ticket Included
30 minutes • Admission Ticket Free