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Saudi Ministry of Culture’s Ramadan Tent is Now Open for Visitors

The tent is a cultural introduction to Ramadan created by the Saudi Ministry of Culture and is located east of King Abdullah Financial District.

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The Ramadan tent in Riyadh, one of the star attractions of the Saudi Ministry of Culture’s festivities for the holy month, is now open to visitors until April 19th.

Located east of King Abdullah Financial District, the tent features a catered iftar by the Four Seasons Hotel for SR250 per person every day from 5 pm to 8 pm, while their sohour is served from 12 am until the tent closes at 3 am. The meals include a variety of cuisines and dishes from around the world.

Meanwhile, the tent offers a slew of different activities and games catered for all ages, including a zone for children from 5 to12 years old to enjoy crafts, art sessions, story times, and workshops.

Additionally, cultural memory sessions and poetry readings will take place on the tent’s main stage. There will also be a set of Ramadan riddles to challenge participants with prizes for the winners, such as free meals or coupons for the market.

Tickets can be booked through the Ministry of Culture’s website. The ministry also offers free admission for people with special needs and those accompanying them.