The museum was built in (1403 AH), corresponding to 1983 AD, on a land area of 7850 square meters. It was opened to receive visitors in (1407 AH) corresponding to 1987 AD. The museum contains:
Museum exhibition halls.
Coefficient of area and drawing.
Restoration and laboratory laboratories.
Library: It includes a collection of specialized books in addition to some periodicals and publications.
The goal of its creation:
Highlighting the cultural and historical aspect of the province of Tayma as one of the most important ancient commercial centers of northern Arabia to educate and educate the community, and it is affiliated with the General Authority for Tourism and National Heritage.
Museum exhibition halls:
Entrance hall: It contains paintings of maps of archaeological sites in Tema, the network of museums in the Kingdom, photographs and heritage exhibitions.
Prehistoric pavilion: Exposes to the beginning of man and the formation of the Earth and its geological layers, stone eras and examples of stone tools for different prehistoric times and their locations in the Tayma area.
Pavilion of pre-Islamic times: starts from the post stone ages until the pre-Islamic era, and displays a group of ancient artifacts, writings and rock inscriptions scattered in the region, the most important of which is the obelisk of Tayma currently displayed in the Louvre Museum in Paris, the pre-Islamic era and its most prominent figures, and the sites that represent That period is in the Tayma region, such as; Mughir Shuaib, Qasr Al-Hamra, Bir Hadaj, and others.
Wing of the Islamic Period: It talks about the period of migration and the successive Islamic periods, the Islamic era in the Tayma area, the historical and urban aspects of that period and examples of coins, pottery, and writings that represent them.
Taima Pavilion in the recent past: displays information and pictures about the history of Taima and its residents during the past three centuries.
The Kingdom Unification Pavilion: It talks about the beginning of the Saudi state to our present day, by displaying paintings, pictures and a selection of heritage pieces and documentary films.
Work is currently under way to prepare studies and scenarios for the museum exhibition to establish a museum of modern international specifications
– The morning period from (8) until (2.30) pm.
Evening period from (4) until (9) pm.
Admission is free.
Taima City – Saudi Arabia – General Authority for Tourism and National Heritage – Taima Museum
014-4631813 – Fax: 014-4631807