Museum at the Lowest Place on Earth

Heritage museum in Kerak

Updated: March 31, 2024 09:13 AM

Museum at the Lowest Place on Earth is located in Kerak, Jordan. It's address is 3G22+5WF, Gawr as-Safi, Jordan.

3G22+5WF, Gawr as-Safi, Jordan

Check Time Table for Museum at the Lowest Place on Earth

Monday8 AM to 4 PM
Tuesday8 AM to 4 PM
Wednesday8 AM to 4 PM
Thursday8 AM to 4 PM
Friday8 AM to 4 PM
Saturday8 AM to 4 PM
Sunday8 AM to 4 PM

Questions & Answers

Where is Museum at the Lowest Place on Earth?

Museum at the Lowest Place on Earth is located at: 3G22+5WF, Gawr as-Safi, Jordan.

What are the coordinates of Museum at the Lowest Place on Earth?

Coordinates: 31.0504342, 35.5022922

Museum at the Lowest Place on Earth Reviews

Γαλνανατ Πυχομχιτ
2024-03-15 21:40:04 GMT

It's by pass for Dead Sea , and just stop here because of the name of the museum, take a walk not long time but have many things interesting, recommend !

Global Explorer
2022-06-25 18:36:38 GMT

A completely unexpected surprise! This is a great small museum with excellent artifacts and explanations. If driving along the Dead Sea to/from Aqaba or wadi rum.., stop in! And as a bonus walk up to the prophet lot cave…

Vuk Koljensic
2022-10-31 15:48:51 GMT

Unique place on the way to the Dead sea...There is so many things about history and heritage of the region that i was amazed by that! Make sure to visit it and be a witness of how people use to live.

Liz Miller
2020-01-21 23:30:23 GMT

Items excavated from Lot's Cave are in the museum, and entry is only 2 JD for non Jordanians. Bring your own toilet paper.

Luke Sidsaph
2022-06-12 17:55:46 GMT

Small museum and we were the only visitors, the man behind the desk was kind and very humble to have us, 4 JOD for entry but shows some great history of the area

Dalma Székely
2024-02-28 15:46:37 GMT

Cute little museum with lots of interesting facts about the dead sea and the area.
Can be entered with the Jordan Pass.

Justin Haney
2023-11-28 20:06:11 GMT

Small but nice museum, definitely worth stopping in if you are driving by. It's free with the Jordan Passm

Noud Frenken
2019-12-10 12:46:49 GMT

Fun small museum that outlines the history of the lower dead sea region.
Very informative with some very well designed displays. can be seen in about 30 minutes so i would recommend seeing lot's cave which is directly next to it.

Jonas Stolze
2019-11-27 11:27:11 GMT

Nice and interesting little museum with quite impressive exhibits. Staff very friendly, plus relaxing small restaurant. Good for a break.

Lubna Attieh
2020-03-02 12:00:18 GMT

Nice museum that portraits life in Ghor and the dead Dead Sea as well it talks about Prophet Lut

Todd B
2021-11-05 02:21:11 GMT

Great little museum. Worth the stop off the beaten path.

Khalid Khawaldeh
2017-10-26 07:04:55 GMT

Very intrtesting collectionn and arecheological site with wonderful panoramic view of Dead Sea and Ghour area

Iuliana Marchian
2019-12-02 15:42:45 GMT

Beautiful place where you can have an insight on the history and geological structures in the region of the Dead Sea. You can park the car (if you have rented one) in front of the museum and then go up to visit Lot's Cave - the views are amazing from the cave but be ware that the climb is pretty abrupt and it might feel exhausting, especially on a hot day.

Nab Darell
2022-09-11 11:19:55 GMT

The museum is very interesting to pay 2 liras to enter.

Nina Bijedic
2023-08-10 19:07:30 GMT

The museum is OK, but we also had great food in the restaurant :)

Sarunas Vil
2021-03-01 18:50:42 GMT

A Must visit place in Jordan. Rich of history especially in christian community... it's about an hour away from Amman. The church has beautiful original mosaics which are stunning. Also, there is a small museum that explains the history of the site. On a clear day you are able to see dead sea, Jordan River, Palestine, and Israel.

Basma2610 Suleiman
2019-12-11 18:10:42 GMT

Nice but no one was there to help

Atef Azaideh
2023-04-06 09:06:47 GMT

It's a wonderful place and unique museum with so many informations about different civilizations in Jordan

Sami Twal
2021-11-08 21:17:52 GMT

A great break stop on your way to Aqaba or Dead Sea. The museum is fascinating and well organized showing all history of the area from stone ages to modern time.

Muhammad Shah Nawaz
2023-10-22 08:06:16 GMT

Lots of walking to cave nabi lote

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