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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
Certificate of Excellence
Ali bin Abi Taleb Street | Ras Al-Ayn Area, Amman 11183, Jordan
All reviews dead sea scrolls special exhibition human statues excellent exhibits interactive exhibits chronological order prehistoric times great overview modern times on display worthwhile visit two hours different periods entry fee visiting amman great place to visit copper
Don't miss this if you have any interest in archeology or history. Everything is well presented and well-lit. The first exhibit on how Jordan copes with little water was fascinating, but the pre-historic and antiquities exhibits are the greatest.
We walked to the museum and it was easy to find as major works are on three sides. The entrance was difficult to find and you had to enter through the car park. Inside the exhibits are interesting and give a good idea of the...More
Definitely worth a visit....lots of interactive displays and information as well as the historical sections including the Dead Sea "Scrolls". Just be aware that the entrance fee isn't covered by The Jordan Pass (why not I ask?) and the 5 dinars required is cash only....no...More
Great display of some fantastic historical artefacts. Very well presented and laid out.
Historical section covers from the Neolithic through to the Roman.
Special exhibition upstairs on the Golden Age of Muslim renaissance
The museum was beautifully curated to bring to life the history of Jordan and well as its present and future. There is an exhibit of the Dead Sea Scrolls. My favorite part was the ancient alphabet wall.
Quite a well laid out museum that is well kept and has loads of different types of exhibits plus there were some special interactive exhibits on the second floor that I wish we had more time to explore. We were with a tour group so...More
A tour through history from the dawn of human life. From flint axe heads dated to 300,000BC to Byzantine art the Jordan Museum is well laid out with excellent exhibits well displayed supplemented with plenty of information and context (particularly for the more "famous" artefacts)...More