University of Islam, Islamic University was started in 1961 as a higher education school that taught about Islamic topics. Students from all over the world came here to learn about Islamic subjects. About 80% of the 6,000 students who are enrolled are from outside the United States. The university is one of a kind and has people from almost every country in the world studying there. We are mentioning here thirty but there are more than thirty places which you can visit during the Umrah, by booking Full Month 5 Star Ramadan Umrah Package 2023.
Abdul Aziz Library The library was built during the reign of King Fahad. During the reign of King Faisal, it was a star building. It is known for having old and new books on just about every subject. You can get any book you want here, and if you like to read, you should go to the Abdul Aziz Library in Madinah.
Saqeefa Bani SaedaSaqeefa Bani Saeda was a place with shade in Madinah that was owned by the Bani Saeda tribe. In this tribe, famous people got together to make plans for plots or robberies. This place is close to the house of the Prophet (PBUH).
Madina LibraryThe Madinah Library is an important part of history that everyone should see. From 7 a.m. to 9 p.m., people can go there. Sheikh Ahmed Yasin began the Library in the year 1352 Hijri.
Old BazarNear the Masjid e Nabwi, the Old Bazar is a famous market where shops sell gifts and souvenirs to tourists. From $1 to $1,000, you can buy anything you want, like gifts, perfumes, tabbaruk, gold, etc. Old Bazar is a very busy and crowded place, but it’s a great place to go.
Madinah MuseumThe Madinah Museum is on the right side of Masjid e Nabwi. It takes 18 minutes to walk there. The Madinah Museum is a small, amazing place that you shouldn’t miss. It was once an Ottoman railway station that has been turned into a museum. Here, different pieces of calligraphy and old scripts are kept. People who like history and calligraphy art must go to the Madinah museum to see these master pieces.
Al Noor MallIt is a must-see mall if you are in Madinah. A mall is a two-story building with a Panda supermarket, a great food court, and dozens of stores selling trendy clothes. There are a lot of designer and international brands to choose from at the mall.
Al Rashid Shopping CenterDon’t worry if you forget to bring something from home; you can find it in Rashid Mall. Al Rashid Mall is the biggest and best mall in Madinah. It has a wide range of well-known brands. The food court has a wide variety of foods from all over the world.
Hazrat Aminah’s (RA) graveThe grave of Hazrat Bibi Aminah RA, the mother of our Holy Prophet PBUH, is located in Abwa.Pilgrims and other visitors to Madinah must stop by this grave. Our beloved Prophet PBUH was only six years old when Hazrat Bibi Aminah RA died.
January ul BaqiJannat ul Baqi, also known as the Baqi Cemetery, is located near the Prophet’s Mosque.It is where many of the Prophet PBUH’s friends were laid to rest. The most famous of them are the wives of the Prophet, except for Hazrat Khadija and Maymonah. Usman Bin Affan, who is buried at the end of the first Baqi, known as Jish Kowkab, Ali Zain Ababideen and his son Jafar Al Sadiq and his son Ismaeel, Abdul Rahman Bin Mazaun, Safiyah Bint Abdul Mutalib, the holy prophet’s aunt, Aqeel Bin Abi Talib and his nephew
Abdullah Bin Jafar, Hassan Bin Ali and his mother Fatimah
Salman Farsi’s graveNear Quba is where Mazar in Salman Farsi is. It is the garden where Salman Farsi worked as a slave before the Prophet PBUH set him free. When you are in Madinah, you should stop by this place.
Shifa KhakKhak e Shifa is close to the Salman Farsi garden, so if you go to the Salman Farsi Mazar, you should also stop by Khak e Shifa. It is called Khak e Shifa because Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) said that this sand was the Shifa for Muslims.
Salaah e JabalThe Battle of Ditch took place in 5 A.H. at Jabal e Salaa.There are now six very famous mosques there, making it a must-see place. Badar. The plain of Badar is 20 miles south west of Madinah. The first battle between 313 Muslims and 1000 Quraysh of Makkah took place there in 624 A.D. The battle of Badar is the most important of the Islamic battles of destiny.
The Jabal e UhudIn 3 A.H., the famous Battle of Uhud took place about 7 kilometres north of Madinah. Another place to visit in Madinah that you should add to your itinerary is Jabal e Uhud.Here are the graves of Hazrat Hamza, the uncle of the Prophet (PBUH), and other companions.
Masjid al-QubaIn the history of Islam, Masjid e Quba was the first mosque. The Prophet (PBUH) himself laid the first stone when he moved from Makkah to Madinah. Two rakahs of the Nafl prayer in the Masjid e Quba are the same as one umrah.
Masjid ZubabThe Prophet PBUH went to pray at the Masjid e Zubab.When you get to Tania Al Wada on the way to Jabal e Uhud, the Jabal e Zubab is on the left.This is where the mosque is.
Masjid Al Buhayr/Masjid e SajdahIn this mosque, the Prophet PBUH prayed two rakahs and did a long prostration. It is between the Bastin Sajadah and the Bastin Buhayri.
Bani Haram MasjidMasjid e Bani Haram is another well-known mosque in Madinah. It is located on the right side of the Jabal Salaa valley, on the way to Masjid e Fath.There is a cave nearby where the Prophet PBUH received a message and prayed.
Masjid UbayyThe Prophet, peace be upon him, came here a lot. It is right beside Baqi.
Masjid Abu BakarMasjid e Abu Bakar is just 40 yards away from Masjid e Ghamama. Hazrat Abu Bakar RA once lived here.After his house was torn down, this mosque was built on the same spot. This is why it is called Masjid Abu Bakar.
Masjid al-IjabahProphet Muhammad (PBUH) also prayed at Masjid e Ijabah, which is located north of Baqi and near the Bustan Saman.
Masjid Bani QurayzahIt is close to the Masjid e Fadih, which faces east.During the siege of the Bani Qurayzah, the Prophet PBUH camped here.
Baghala MasjidEast of Baqi, on the border of Harrah Waqim, is the Masjid e Baghala. They were called the Banu Zafar. The mark of the hoof of Allah’s Messenger’s horse is on a stone near the masjid.
Masjid FazeekhMasjid e Fazeekh is located east of Awali.The Holy Prophet SAW came here to pray when Bani Nadir was under attack.Dates are used to make the wine Fadih. Sayyidina Ayyub Ansari and his friends were drinking wine when something bad happened. This is how the mosque got its name. It was then that the verse about not being able to drink was shown.
Masjid e Jumma (Muslim Mosque)Masjid e Jumma was constructed on the site where the Prophet PBUH said his first Jumma prayer after relocating to Madinah.
Masjid e Fath/Masjid e AhzabThis mosque is on the corner of Jabal Salaa that faces west. When the doubters got together in the Ghazwah Ahzab and attacked Madinah, the trench was dug. The Holy Prophet PBUH prayed here for three days, and Allah SWT answered his prayer, so the Muslims won.
The Masjid e BilalIt is close to the date market, which is next to the Masjid e Nabwi shopping market. One must go to the mosque and say the Nawafil prayer there.
Masjid e Ghamama (Muslim Mosque)On Eid, the Prophet SAW used to pray here.Ghamama means clouds. Once, Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) was leading the Istasqa prayer when, all of a sudden, clouds came out and it started to rain. This is why it is called Ghamama.
Miqat MasjidMasjid e Miqat was built at a place 12 kilometres outside of Madinah that was set aside as a pilgrimage site.
Masjid e Zarrar’s ruinsThis mosque was built by Muslims in Madinah who were friends with non-Muslims and Jews. All plans to cause trouble for Muslims were made here. On the orders of Allah’s Messenger, this mosque was burned down and destroyed to save the people who lived there. People can still visit and learn from the ruins of this mosque.