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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
All reviews dead sea scrolls opening hours are excellent exhibits pre history interactive exhibits great overview on display stone age human statues rich history taxi driver great place to visit downtown amman entrance fee roman amphitheatre copper arabic
This was a highlight of my trip to see fragments of the Dead Sea scrolls and the pots in which they were found . There were some amazing artefacts but also modern information too about Jordan .Really recommend a trip here .
Very modern and compact museum. We spent approx. 2.5 hrs during a hot afternoon in October. Nice to be inside either from the heat or the cooler temps in the winter months. Exhibits are well documented in both English and Arabic. Well worth the 5...More
We attempted to visit this Museum when we were in Amman. However at the ticket desk we saw a sign saying maintenance underway. It turned out most of the exhibitions were closed the the public, but we would still have to pay for a full...More
We came 10to5pm and museum closes at 6pm. At first they didn't let us in because (I guess) they only accept people until 5pm. Then a few minutes later they decided to let us in.
Ticket costs 5jd each and museum is really worth visiting,...More
Hosts 9000 years old Ain Ghazal statues, one of the world's oldest human statues ever made! Apart from the exhibits and a show on the discoveries during Islamic golden age, there is also a lot of information about the modern day Jordan.Definitely worth spending a...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