teamLab Borderless Museum in Historic Jeddah Combines Arts, Technology, Nature

The museum features about 80 independent and interconnected works, creating a world without borders. (SPA)
The museum features about 80 independent and interconnected works, creating a world without borders. (SPA)
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teamLab Borderless Museum in Historic Jeddah Combines Arts, Technology, Nature

The museum features about 80 independent and interconnected works, creating a world without borders. (SPA)
The museum features about 80 independent and interconnected works, creating a world without borders. (SPA)

The teamLab Borderless Museum in Jeddah is located in Historic Jeddah as a collaboration between the Saudi Ministry of Culture and the teamLab international artistic group under the initiatives of the Quality of Life Program, reported the Saudi Press Agency on Thursday.

The program is part of Saudi Arabia's Vision 2030, aiming to bring a qualitative addition to the cultural scene in the Kingdom.

The museum combines arts, technology, and nature in an innovative, creative space. It features about 80 independent and interconnected works, creating a world without borders. One of its notable spaces is the "Borderless World," where visitors can learn about the world through their bodies.

Covering an area of approximately 10,000 square meters, the Borderless Museum is the first teamLab museum launched in the Middle East.

It is permanently situated on the banks of Lake Al-Arbaeen, offering panoramic views of Historic Jeddah, a UNESCO World Heritage-listed site.

This teamLab project is part of the initiative to develop the infrastructure of cultural exhibitions, which is in line with the efforts to increase cultural offerings in the Kingdom.



Hira Cultural District Launches ‘Summer of Hira’ Events

Located next to Jabal Al-Nour, one of Makkah’s most famous landmarks, the district opens its doors daily to visitors from around the world  - SPA
Located next to Jabal Al-Nour, one of Makkah’s most famous landmarks, the district opens its doors daily to visitors from around the world - SPA
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Hira Cultural District Launches ‘Summer of Hira’ Events

Located next to Jabal Al-Nour, one of Makkah’s most famous landmarks, the district opens its doors daily to visitors from around the world  - SPA
Located next to Jabal Al-Nour, one of Makkah’s most famous landmarks, the district opens its doors daily to visitors from around the world - SPA

The Hira Cultural District on Saturday launched the activities of “Summer of Hira,” which will run until Saturday, August 8th.

The events, designed to cater to both residents and visitors of the Makkah Region, include various activities such as 360-degree corners, ice cream and juice service, camel and horse rides, painting workshops, calligraphy sessions, and displays by productive families. Additionally, there will be a kids’ zone, a caravan, and events featuring pets, birds, and a photo contest, SPA reported.

Visitors can also experience a unique cultural journey at the Revelation Exhibition, which features life-sized models of the Cave of Hira and a large screen narrating the story of the revelation to the Prophet Muhammad (Peace Be Upon Him).
Located next to Jabal Al-Nour, one of Makkah’s most famous landmarks, the district opens its doors daily to visitors from around the world, showcasing Saudi Arabia's advancements in developing historical sites and enriching the religious and cultural experience of its guests. The district offers a unique and enriching experience, providing an entertaining, cultural, and historical journey into the past that leaves a lasting impression.
Spanning approximately 67,000 square meters, it accommodates a diverse range of tourists from various nationalities and social segments.