A four-storey building located on a plateau of sloping terrain. There are two separate entrances, and freestanding columns are situated on all four corners to support the five domes. The main entrance is identified by the 'blue iwan', which is finished with cut blue tiles. Other types of Islamic architectural design can be seen covering the domes' surfaces, including tile work in Mo'arraq style and Kufi and Tuluth calligraphy. The Museum's facade is clad primarily with white marble and curved panels. The main lobby overlooks the courtyard, several fountains, a restaurant, and a café.