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This museum was discovered accidentally on our way from Amman to Wadi Rum when we saw a sign with The Lowest Place on Earth museum and thought that few minutes spent here will be worth it. The entrance fee is 2JD and from its name...More
OK, this may not really be a 5* museum like the Met, but it is very interesting and pretty much one of the only things to do near the Dead Sea. So grab your Jordan Pass and stop by.
As you drive north on the...More
Although it takes around 2 hrs with a fantastic mountain driving challenges, but it is worth to visit the museum, especially after that to visit the prophet Lut cave. Very close is the southern part of the dead sea where you can see the salty...More
Don't expect much here. Though the entrance fees are low, the place just doesn't feel worthwhile.
Don't come here expecting to be at the lowest point. It's on a hill, with little or no traffic. The entrance person didn't seem to care all that much,...More
We were the first from our country to visit they said. I think thats awesome. Museum is small, even if you read through it, it can be done relatively quickly. I'm glad we did it, because we did learn some things we did not know....More
This was an interesting day out and fortunately we had plenty of time to explore the area and see the lowest point on Earth as well as Mount Nebo and the historic markings. Our tour was private as we used our hotel car and driver,...More
I have to tell you the air and the aura is so amazing over there.
As for the lowest place in planet this place is amazing, I was waking up so early full of energy the air is so clean I recommend the local spa...More