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Located on top of the mountains surrounding the Dead Sea, this rather uninspiring museum has some great panorama views over the Rift Valley and this reason alone is good enough to pay a visit (restaurant on site).
Just back from the Dead Sea Panorama Complex. What a fun day trip from Amman or the Dead Sea resorts. We were warmly welcomed. There is plenty of shaded parking. Enjoyed learning about the region's geology, geography, flora and fauna and human culture in the...More
Interesting museum if you like history and geology. Well with a visit if you are travelling in the region. The exhibition I’ll very well presented and gives interesting insights into the regions rich history. Even our young children liked it (for some time). The view...More
A beautifully made building which gives you short and precise I formation about the dead sea,it's formation, historical and the future etc. It has write ups in various languages.
A good panoramic view of the dead sea. Ideal to go and watch sunset. The restaurant...More
If you are visiting Dead Sea then this is one place not to skip . Dead Sea museum along with Panaroma point is an amazing addition to your Dead Sea experience. This museum provides quite detailed information about Dead Sea history and concerns regarding environmental...More
We stopped here on our 210 mile drive from Aqaba, after visiting the Lowest Place on Earth Museum. It was a steep 10 km climb in the drizzle to reach the guard station. After paying 2 JOD each, the gate was opened, we drove in...More