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Arar's Cultural House

The Arar House Museum was established to host cultural and educational events in the city of Irbid, located in the house of the poet Mustafa Wahbi Al-Tal, nicknamed the poet of Jordan and Arar, located off Al-Hashemi Street.

This museum consists of several rooms around a courtyard paved with black volcanic stones, and the museum includes a photographic display of the poet and some of his manuscripts. The inner walls of the house were made of bricks and mud straw, and in the center of the construction was a mulberry tree which is more than a hundred years old.

photo gallery

  • GovernorateIrbid

  • Opening Hours

    Sunday - Thursday8:00 AM - 3:00 PM

    Friday & SaturdayClosed


    • Not accessible for people with disabilities

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