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The Jordan Museum serves as a comprehensive national centre for learning and knowledge that reflects Jordan’s history and culture, and presents the Kingdom’s historic, antique and heritage property as part of the ongoing story of Jordan’s past...more
Ali bin Abi Taleb Street | Ras Al-Ayn Area, Amman 11183, Jordan
Was out here in early May. When I got there, the hours for the museum was wrong, so I wasted time to get out there and had to wait another hour.
When I finally got in, part of the museum was under renovation, so only...More
This museum has parking inside so on the very busy streets of Amann if you are brave enough to drive look for the parking entrance. The gps keeps putting us at the back where we are not allowed to enter. You have to pass the...More
5 JOD to visit - not part of the Jordan Pass. Modern building and displays. Good history of Jordan that helped contextualize things I later saw as I toured the country. Wanted to see the Dead Sea Scrolls - a small yet interesting display within...More
Paid the 5JD entrance fee for a small museum which was quite disappointing. Special exhibition on at the time required further 3JD. Dead Sea Scrolls are on display here in a small room along with other neolithic artefacts. What were on display though was interesting...More
This museum was quite small which is not what I was expecting. The main exhibit that is worth seeing here is the Dead Sea Scrolls. They were very cool and such an interesting part of history. Definitely worth coming here just to see them.
This sleek new building has recently opened, and it's star attractions are the Dead Sea Scrolls and fragments of ancient texts.
You will also find the famous Ain Ghazal statues here (Neolithic) not in Irbid museum.
The modern displays are interactive with film clips and...More
Plan to spend 2 hours or so here. Aside from the Dead Sea Scrolls which are not in Jerusalem (Amman has some unique scrolls on display which are etched on metal), there is a whole section of the museum devoted to water and water management....More
Response from MontherYASEEN | Reviewed this property |
I don't know but Christmas Day ll be kind of a holiday in Jordan and most of the governmental sections ll be off but there is a chance for them to open the museum I ll ask and check things and I ll let u know