Did you know you can see the Wonders of the World in one country? Bet you’ll never guess which one!

Have you ever wanted to visit the pyramids of Egypt, the Colosseum, and the Great Wall of China, but couldn’t afford to travel around the entire world to see each one? Well, now you can visit the seven wonders of the world and many other famous landmarks in one country! See all these world landmarks and more in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia at World Sights Park.

Location: World Sights Park (also known as Landmarks Park), 4298 Nasir Ar Rajihi, Al Mughriza, Riyadh

Hours: Mondays – Closed for maintenance, Tuesdays – 4PM-12AM open only for men (those attending without family), Wednesday-Sunday – 4PM-12AM daily for families and women

*The blurry quality of my photos is due to only being able to visit on Tuesday evening.*

Admission Fees: Adults10 SAR ($2.65), Children ages 3-11 – 5 SAR ($1.33), Children under 3 – Free

Parking: The park has a parking lot, and parking is free.

Special Rules: Men attending without any family members can only attend one evening a week. At this time that is Tuesday evenings only.

Facilities: Bathrooms and a playground.

World Sights Park (also known as Landmarks Park) is not very big, but it is a fun place to visit. It would probably only take you about an hour to see everything. Of course, if you plan to take a lot of selfies you might need more time.

The park is kept very clean making it a great place to enjoy with family. You could have a picnic here on one of the grassy areas inside the park. However, there are no places to buy food and drinks inside the park, so you will need to bring everything with you if you decide to have an evening picnic.

The park has two sections. One section for world-famous landmarks, and the second for famous Saudi landmarks. The second part gives you an excellent opportunity to learn more about Saudi Arabia!

Check out a few of the sights below!

The Pyramids (Giza, Egypt)

Prophet’s Mosque (Medina, Saudi Arabia)

The Petronas Towers (Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia)

Big Ben (London, England)

The Great Wall of China & The Windmills (Kinderdijk, Netherlands)

Petra – Lost City (Petra, Jordan)

Blue Mosque (Istanbul, Turkey)

Colosseum (Rome, Italy)

There are more sights to see including the Leaning Tower of Pisa, the Eiffel Tower, and the Dome of the Rock to name a few.

My one complaint is that because it can still be sweltering in the evening during the summer months, it would be great if there were a place inside the park to buy some drinks. Don’t forget to bring a water bottle with you if you visit in the summer.

This is an entertaining place to visit to snap some photos and have fun posing with the miniature wonders of the world in the background!

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  1. Diane November 20, 2017
    • VoyageFusion November 22, 2017

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