Saudi Arabia will debut the world’s first “flying museum” on Thursday, displaying archaeological treasures during a flight from the capital to Al-Ula, a historic city.
The museum will display a replica of a collection of artifacts discovered in Al-Ula during archaeological excavations.
Passengers will also be able to watch a Discovery Channel documentary that was released this year, according to SPA.
During the journey, Rebecca Foot, the authority’s director of archaeology and cultural heritage research, will present the documentary and explain the museum’s exhibits.
AlUla welcomes local and international guests with a variety of year-round and seasonal activities. Passengers on the flight will be able to purchase first-class seats to see the stone diamond.