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Reviewed 11 November 2015 via mobile

We visited Lots cave and museum on our way from Aqaba to Mujib on our recent tour of Jordan. This site is well worth a visit even though there is a 10 minutes walk from the Museum / visitors centre. The staff at the centre...More

Thank KElliott892
Reviewed 6 October 2015

Historically a nice place, but not very well kept. I wish the Jordanian government would do more the restore and advertise these locations

Thank Taiba A
Reviewed 13 July 2015

First, just to clarify, the museum is located on a bit of a hill, so clearly not at the lowest place on earth, so I found the title of the museum confusing. I did not see any place on either the Israeli or Jordanian side...More

1  Thank kingsroadgal
Reviewed 8 December 2014

While driving North on the Dead Sea Highway I decided to pay a visit to the museum at the lowest point of the earth. The museum itself was good and the displays had good explanations in English and quite a large collection. Lots Cave, was...More

5  Thank Gro C
Reviewed 27 October 2014

we did,t got chance to walk to the cave but the museum there showing very interesting information a bout the area ..

1  Thank shaverDriver
Reviewed 28 February 2014

Cave is ridiculously small and shallow. Second thing You need to climb high to reach it. I wasn't satisfied.

3  Thank Andrew J
Reviewed 28 December 2013

We went late afternoon and the curator gave us a guided tour, with a lot of information. After that we stayed on the parking plateau (below the cave) and watched some of the splendid sunset over the Dead Sea and surrounds.

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Reviewed 7 November 2013

The visit to Lot's cave, Jordan was interesting and I am pleased that I did it, but there is not a too much to see. The cave itself is very small and nothing in it but it is surrounded by an ancient ruined church which...More

3  Thank Steve A
Reviewed 27 September 2013

Jordan is so full of History and especially rich in biblical significance. I would recommend a visit to Jordan by all.

Thank cwaechter
Reviewed 24 March 2013

Peaceful & quiet when we were there. Coming from the North side of the Dead Sea, or close to Jesus' baptism site on the Jordan side of the Jordan River near the Dead Sea, the sign under-stated the actual number of kilometers to Lot's Cave....More

4  Thank agchen1
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