Al-Aan Palace is a heritage palace also known as the Sa'adan Palace. The palace is located on Mount Al-An, built in 1689 on the stone foundations of an architectural style characterized by the Najran region in southern Saudi Arabia.
Surrounded by a seven-meter mud wall, it is located west of Najran. It consists of four floors and is still inhabited. The palace is surrounded by a wall with four towers, the main gate, and a mud-brick structure.