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Enjoyed the visit here as part of the ticket price for the Citadel. Some special exhibits available - could do with some more information boards to highlight the importance of some of the pieces here but worth a visit
I love this museum which seems to be straight out of the 1950s but has some amazing exhibits and the more often you go the more you get out of it. Yes it is a bit old fashioned and dusty but you can get up...More
Firstly there is no air conditioning. There are some interesting older tools and jewels and the usual collection of historic dresses. Of some importance are the oldest known man made statues of humans as well as a sort of translator being a stone tablet written...More
The history and quality of artifacts and underlying history in this small and unassuming location was thoroughly enjoyable. Take your time and get around to each display. The stuff here and the history dating back thousands of years is priceless
The National Archaeological museum is perched on the Citadel, the highest of Amman's many hills and has stupendous views, the best being past the towering columns of the Temple of Hercules. The Citadel is a huge site continuously occupied for 3650 years at least, the...More