Archaeological discoveries in Saudi Arabia have helped chart over 200,000 years of human activity, including stone tools from the Lower and Middle Palaeolithic periods in AlUla. Rock art and monumental stone structures give clues to the lives and experiences of the people in later prehistoric times.ExploreExplore
The Kingdoms of Dadan and Lihyan remain shrouded in mystery. However, archaeological excavations are deepening our knowledge of early architecture, craftsmanship, beliefs and practices, and water management - evidence that a sophisticated and skilled society once lived here.ExploreExplore
Hegra, founded in the first century BCE, was an important Nabataean city. Its strategic location gave its leaders control over the ancient Incense Road from southern Arabia north to Egypt, the Mediterranean, Mesopotamia and beyond. Archaeology is shedding light on the lives and legacies of this place of heritage and its intercultural connections.ExploreExplore
From prehistoric civilisations to ancient kingdoms, explore AlUla, a unique archaeological landscape and a living museum transformed through millennia.