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Museums Entrance Fees
Site Name Jordanians Foreigners Notes Phone
JD Fils JD Fils
Amman Archaeological Museum 0 150 2 000
064638795
Jordan Folklore Museum 0 150 1 000
064651742
Jordan Museum of Popular Traditions 0 150 1 000
064651760
Madaba Archaeological Park &Museum 0 250 3 000
053244056
The Royal Automobile Museum 1 000 3 000 Free For children under 12 years 065411392
Jerash Archaeological Museum 0 500 8 000 Included in the archaeological city entrances fees 026352267
Umm Qais Museum Free 3 000 Included in the archaeological city entrances fees 032351216
Ajloun Museum 0 250 2 000 Included in the Ajloun Castle entrance fees. 026420956
Kerak Archaeological Museum 0 150 1 000 Included in the Kerak Castle entrance fees. 062351216
Mazar Islamic Museum Free Free

Bait Al Sharif Hussein bin Ali Museum 0 150 1 000 Includes the entrance fees to the castle 032019063
The Museum of Jordanian Heritage Free Free
02271100
Ext.3741
Salt Archaeological Museum Free Free
053555653
Salt Cultural Center & Folklore Museum Free Free
053551781
The Petra Archaeological Museum Free Free Included in the entry fees for the site.
The Petra Nabataean Museum Free Free Included in the entry fees for the site.
Martyr's Memorial & Military Museum Free Free
065664240

Tourism & Archaeological Sites Entrance Fees
Site Name Jordanians Foreigners Notes
JD Fils JD Fils
Citadel Roman Theater 0 150 3 000 Includes the museum, martyr's church & other sites
Madaba Archaeological Park 0 250 3 000 Includes the museum entrance fees.
Umm Qais Free 3 000 Includes the museum entrance fees.
Jerash 0 500 8 000 Includes the museum entrance fees.
Jerash Sound & Light Program
250 2 000
Ajloun Castle 0 250 2 000 Includes the museum entrance fees.
Kerak Castle 0 150 1 000 Includes the museum entrance fees.
Aqaba Castle 0 150 1 000 Includes the museum entrance fees.
Desert Castles 0 250 3 000

Petra Archaeological Park

1 000 50 000 For one Day.

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90 000 For One Day visitor to Jordan.

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55 000 For Two Days.

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60 000 For Three Days.
Mount. Nebo 0 500 2 000
Wadi Rum 1 000 5 000
Bethany, The Baptism Site 2 000 12 000
Entrance to the Sites & Museums are Free for the following:
  • Handicapped.
  • Schools,Colleges and University field trips.
  • Children under 15.

Natural Reserves Entrance Fees
Reserve Name Jordanian Resident Foreigners Notes
Dana Nature Reserve 2 JD 5 JD 7 JD Plus 16% tax
Ajloun Woodland Reserve 2 JD 5 JD 7 JD Plus 16% tax
Azraq Wetland Reserve 2 JD 5 JD 7 JD Plus 16% tax
Shaumari Reserve 2 JD 5 JD 7 JD Plus 16% tax
Mujib Nature Reserve 9 JD 11 JD 13 JD Plus 16% tax
Dibeen Forest


2 JD small car + 16% tax




3 JD big car + 16% tax

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In Graeco-Roman times, Amman was known as Philadelphia, it was named after the Roman emperor Philadelphus. Prior to that it was known as Rabbath-Ammon.

The Jordan Archeological Museum boasts an excellent collection of antiquities ranging from prehistoric times to the 15th century, including an exhibit of the Dead Sea Scrolls and four Iron Age anthropomorphic coffins.

Aside from the popular downtown souks, Amman, like most major cities offers shoppers a wide variety of choices, from large shopping malls to small back-street art and craft shops and everything in between.