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.
Shaikh Ebrahim House
Shaikh Ebrahim House this is a new building with a traditional facade in the heart of old Muharraq. It was built on a plot of land that was originally part of the house and forum of Shaikh Ebrahim bin Mohammed Al Khalifa, an intellectual and man of letters, in the early 20th century.
Kurar House this recently renovated house was once a small scale production centre for unique local embroidery as well as handicrafts by women artisans. Al-Kurar, is a handicraft that was practiced at home by women in the City of Muharraq and is based on team work.
Abdulla Al Zayed House
Abdulla Al Zayed House the home of late Abdulla Al Zayed, publisher of the country's first daily newspaper and a leading intellectual.
Muharraq Souq is the home of Bahraini halwa & you will find numerous sweet shops along with some of the country's oldest gahwas (traditional cafe), where local sip tea and always have time for a chat.
Arad Fort 15th-century fort, built in the typical Arab style. It is believed that the fort, strategically located between Bahrain Island and Muharraq was used by the Omanis during their brief occupation of Bahrain in 1800.