Al Fateh Grand Mosque being one of the largest Mosque in the world, accommodating up-to 7000 worshippers. During your visit you will admire the impressively domed structure, built in early 1990s and named after Ahmed Al Fateh, the conqueror of Bahrain. Its dome is made of pure fiberglass.
Shaikh Isa Bin Ali House
Shaikh Isa Bin Ali House the former residence of the emir’s great-grandfather. The structure represents a fine example of local architecture, complete with wall carvings, lattice work and a wind tower, one of region’s early forms of air conditioning..
Bahrain Fort historically is one of Bahrain’s most important sites. The Fort itself was built in the 14th century but excavations at the site reveal six other distinct eras of the place dating back to the Dilmun era, or around 3000BC during which time it may have been the island’s capital.
Al Jasra House
Al Jasra House is the birthplace of a former ruler. Built in 1907, using local materials, this was the birthplace, in 1933, of the late Amir, Shaikh Isa bin Salman Al Khalifa. One of the most fascinating rooms is one where dates used to be piled in palm-woven baskets and left to ripen.
Al Jasra Handicraft Centre
Al Jasra Handicraft Centre comprises a large selection of traditional handicrafts & industries. A vast range of indigenous handicrafts is kept alive at this centre. It has workshops for artisans, including mat weaving, basket making, pottery and boat building. Its objective of preserving the traditions of Bahrain people, giving the generation of today and the future an appreciation of Bahrain's Heritage.
Availability: Daily Morning / Afternoon (Mosque outside visit on Friday)