Historical Sahoud Palace

The construction of Sahoud Palace began in 1790 and ended in 1800. It was named Sahoud after a large cannon that was installed there. The palace formed a formidable fortress against external dangers with its majestic and impregnable wall and seven circular watchtowers. In addition, the palace’s main gates contain openings that allow the defenders to accurately fire at the attackers. As you enter the palace, you can stroll through its interior rooms and visit the mosque inside it.

The palace also includes a weapons cellar, a water well, and stables for horses. Sahoud Palace is distinguished by its beautiful architectural design, making it one of the most visited historical sites in Al-Ahsa.