Museums Entrance Fees in Jordan
Museum Name

JD

Fils

 Notes Phone
Amman Archaeological Museum

2

000

064638795
Jordan Folklore Museum

1

000

064651742
Jordan Museum of Popular Traditions

1

000

064651760
Madaba Archaeological Park &Museum

3

000

053244056
The Royal Automobile Museum

3

000

Free For children under 12 years 065411392
Jerash Archaeological Museum

8

000

Included in the archaeological city entrances fees 026352267
Umm Qais Museum

3

000

Included in the archaeological city entrances fees 032351216
Ajloun Museum

2

000

Included in the Ajloun Castle entrance fees. 026420956
Kerak Archaeological Museum

1

000

Included in the Kerak Castle entrance fees. 062351216
Mazar Islamic Museum

Free

Bait Al Sharif Hussein bin Ali Museum

1

000

Includes the entrance fees to the castle 032019063
The Museum of Jordanian Heritage

Free

02271100
Ext.3741
Salt Archaeological Museum

Free

053555653
Salt Cultural Center & Folklore Museum

Free

053551781
The Petra Archaeological Museum

Free

Included in the entry fees for the site.
The Petra Nabataean Museum

Free

Included in the entry fees for the site.
Martyr’s Memorial & Military Museum

Free

065664240

Entrance fees in Jordan

Tourism & Archaeological Sites Entrance Fees in Jordan
Site Name

JD

Fils

Notes
Citadel Roman Theater

3

000

Includes the museum, martyr’s church & other sites
Madaba Archaeological Park

3

000

Includes the museum entrance fees.
Umm Qais

3

000

Includes the museum entrance fees.
Jerash

8

000

Includes the museum entrance fees.
Jerash Sound & Light Program

2

000

Ajloun Castle

2

000

Includes the museum entrance fees.
Kerak Castle

1

000

Includes the museum entrance fees.
Aqaba Castle

1

000

Includes the museum entrance fees.
Desert Castles

3

000

Petra ArchaeologicalPark

90

000

For one Day visit to Jordan.

50

000

One day ticket.

55

000

Two days ticket.

60

000

Three days day ticket.
Mount. Nebo

2

000

Wadi Rum

5

000

Bethany, The BaptismSite

12

000

Entrance fees in Jordan

Entrance fees in Jordan

The Amman Archaeological Museum

The Amman Archaeological Museum was built in 1951 on the Citadel Hill in Amman. It houses artefacts from all the archaeological sites in the country. The collection is arranged in chronological order and represents ancient items of daily life such as pottery, glass, flint and metal tools, as well as monumental materials such as inscriptions and statuaries. The museum also houses several jewellery inscription statuary and coin collections.Entrance fees in Jordan
The archaeological periods represented in the museum :
1. The Paleolithic (1000,000 – 10,000 years ago).
2. The Pre-pottery Neolithic (8300-5500 BC).
3. The Pottery Neolithic (5500-4300 BC).
4. The Chalcolithic (4300-3300 BC).
5. The Early Bronze Age (3300-1900 BC).
6. The Middle Bronze Age (1900-1550 BC).
7. The Late Bronze Age (1550-1200 BC).
8. The Iron Age (1200-550 BC).
9. The Persian Period/Iron III (550-350 BC).
10. The Hellenistic Period (332-63 BC).
11. The Nabataean Period (312 BC-AD 106).
12. The Roman Period (63 BC – AD 324).
13. The Byzantine Period (AD 324 – 636).
……The Islamic Era (AD 636 – the present).
………….a- The Umayyad Period (AD 661 – 750).
………….b- The Abbasid Period (AD 661 –750).
………….c- The Ayyubid/Mamluk Period (AD 1173 –1516).
Among the most important exhibits in the museum are the plaster statues from ‘Ain Ghazal, dating back to around 6000 BC, and the Dead Sea bronze scroll written in Aramaic characters.Entrance fees in Jordan
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Jordan Folklore Museum

The Jordan Folklore Museum is located within the western section of the Roman Theatre in Amman. This museum was founded by the Department of Antiquities and officially opened in 1975. The museum houses items representing the following Jordanian cultures:
….. The culture of the desert (Bedu).Entrance fees in Jordan
….. The culture of the villages (Reef).Entrance fees in Jordan
….. The culture of the towns and cities (Madineh).Entrance fees in Jordan
The collection of the museum represents items of daily life from the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, such as:
…..1. Costumes of the various areas in Jordan.Entrance fees in Jordan
…..2. Utensils used for food preparation, making bread, coffee, and tea.Entrance fees in Jordan
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The Jordanian Museum of Popular Traditions

Was established in 1971. The museum is located within the eastern section of the Roman Theatre in Amman. Its aims are to collect Jordanian and Palestinian folk heritage from all over Jordan, to protect and conserve this heritage and to present it for future generations. The museum is also concerned with introducing our popular heritage to the world.
The museum has five exhibition halls. The first hall is dedicated to the traditional costumes of the East Bank. In the second hall, the traditional jewellery and cosmetic items of the various regions in the East and West Banks are on display.
The third hall contains a collection of Palestinian costumes and heard-dresses. In the fourth hall there is a collection of pottery and wooden cooking pots and food preparation vessels, as well as a collection of silver jewellery and bridal dresses from the West Bank. The fifth hall, which is in a vault of the Roman Theatre, houses a collection of mosaics from Byzantine churches in Jerash and Madaba.Entrance fees in Jordan
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The Archaeological Museum / University of Jordan

A small archaeological museum was initially established at the University of Jordan in 1962. The museum was later expanded and transferred to its present location; the new building was officially opened in1986.Entrance fees in Jordan
The museum has exhibition halls, research workshops, photography and draughting rooms, and a conservation laboratory. The objectives of the museum are as follows:
To intensify knowledge of Jordan’s cultural heritage throughout the ages.Entrance fees in Jordan
To organize traveling and temporary exhibits in Jordan and abroad.Entrance fees in Jordan
To continually develop the museum in accordance with the scientific status of the university.
To establish cooperation with national and international scientific departments and institutions.
Documentation of the museum processes, starting with obtaining the cultural material up to labeling, conserving, displaying and properly storing the objects.Entrance fees in Jordan
Preparation of accurate and comprehensive lists of the objects on display and in storage.
Teaching of the applied courses in archaeology.Entrance fees in Jordan
The museum is an academic centre striving to develop and research archaeology by offering facilities to the teaching staff at the Department of Archaeology at the University. Read More , in Museums in Jordan
Entrance fees in Jordan