It appears that the museum proper has been closed for most of the past four years, but the garden surrounding it remains open with an entrance fee of 750 Syrian pounds. There are several archaeological bits and pieces dotted round the garden but sadly none of them are labelled so it's difficult to know what period they come from. The garden has an air of total neglect, which is a pity as even under the present conflict situation so many of the public areas in Damascus are surprisingly well maintained. Unfortunately not really worth visiting at present.
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