The research aims to describe “Marwah” as an education religion tour destination. This study adopted qualitative descriptive approaches and uses observation, interviews and documentation as a data collection techniques. The triangulation model was chosen as a data checking technique in order to obtain more accurate data where all information and data obtained through virtual observations and direct observations in the field were confirmed through interviews by observing the narratives of informants, namely the managers of tourist attractions and visitors at the tourist attraction. The results show the product of Marwah tour is an offers a resemble design to the holy land of Mecca which is be found the miniature of Kaaba and all sorts of area where the pilgrimage is hajj and umrah worshippers, for example Mina Tunnel, Place of Abraham, Kaaba, Hijir Ismail, Saee towards, Safa hill, Marwa hill, Throw pebbles, The reliefs of the Al Haram mosque, Medina, Mount Arafat, Hira cave, Uhud mountain cave, Mina tents, Muzdalifa, Zamzam well, and other places. Certainly, this place can be a destination to educate the public, especially for childrens and Hajj candidates to know and understand procession of Moslems in performing Hajj and Umrah. Furthermore, this place is also a complete family tourist destination because there is a swimming pool, gazebo, restaurant and UMKM products which sells a variety of souvenirs typical of Kediri. Another advantage for tourist is that by spending a very light fee, tourist can enjoy all the facilities offered here.
Keywords: marwah; education; religion