The Medina Museum at the Hejaz Railway Station is one of the most prominent museums that the General Authority for Tourism and National Heritage implemented its first phase in the railway station, a cultural façade of the Medina area, which is characterized by an abundance of archaeological sites and sites of Islamic history in it. The building was inaugurated to celebrate the arrival of the first train from Damascus to Medina on Rajab 22, 1326 AH corresponding to 28 August 1908 AD, and in 1419 AH the museum halls are used for archaeological and historical shows, while its campus is used to hold some cultural festivals.
The Hejaz Railway Museum allows its visitors to learn about the heritage of Madinah and highlights the heritage value of the historical components that abound in the region. the information he needs.
The museum shows the history of the city from the pre-Islamic era, through the Prophet's era, then the era of the Rightly-Guided Caliphs, then the Umayyad, Abbasid, and finally the Saudi era.