Jordan's Museums Official Website

ʻAjlūn Archeological Museum

It was established in 2003 and located in ʻAjlūn Castle and includes two interconnected halls with cabinets for displaying artefacts from different ages. Most of these artefacts were discovered in ʻAjlūn Governorate, in addition to other objects collected from nearby regions. Among the most important objects are the mosaic panels in Umm Al Yanābīʻ village, many stone inscriptions that go back to the Mamluk period, as well as pottery and glassware that date back to the Bronze, Roman, Byzantine, and Islamic Ages.

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  • GovernorateAjloun

  • Opening Hours

    Summer8:00 AM - 7:00 PM

    Winter8:00 AM - 4:00 PM

    02-6420956 / 0775989191

    • Not accessible for people with disabilities

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