Al Sadu House
At Al Sadu House, Bedouin craftswomen teach sadu (Bedouin-style) and other weaving techniques for both beginners and those with more...
National Museum Complex
Once the pride of Kuwait, and one of the most important collections of Islamic art in the world until the Iraqi invasion, the National...
Popular Traditional Museum
Forming part of the National Museum complex, the quaint Popular Traditional Museum – variously described as the Heritage Museum and the...
Women may feel rather uncomfortable in the covered inner courtyard of the old souq, near the cafes on the souq's western edge, but men...
Arabian Gulf St · interesting places nearby
Beit al-Badr information
A traditional mud-built house, with heavy carved doors, Beit al-Badr was built between 1838 and 1848 and is one of the last examples of pre-oil residential architecture in the city. It is located alongside Sadu House. Opening times are erratic so, as there is no phone number, visitors have to take pot luck.