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Located at the main tourist street and only three minute walk from the main gate to Petra. Opening Times Location Online bookingOpening TimesWe are open seven days a week throughout the year from 10 AM to 11.30 PM2000 years ago Petra society was...more
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The Petra Museum is not large and so it is easy to visit. The artifacts are very well presented and explained. The quality of the exhibitions is not extraordinary, but some are quite nice.
Maybe silly to say - but the gift shop has high...More
The Petra Museum is brand new and was opened to the public just recently. It is free and situated on a big platform right next to the entrance to the visitor center in Petra. It is absolutely worth visiting. It has several collections of statues...More
This brand new and beautifully presented museum is wonderful. We were alone when we visited this week, which was wonderful for us but a shame that not more people are experiencing it. The displays are clear and informative with easy to use interactive screens through...More
Museum just before the entrance opened recently. It is free and has lots of information about history and trade routes. Lots of audio visual screens so you can spend quite a bit of time if you want or skip over then and just look at...More
This brand new museum is well worth a visit. The entry is FREE! It's full of very interesting and educational interactive touch screens and displays. I love the videos in each section of the museum with excellent graphics and explanations.
If you arrive to Wadi...More
We visited on 18th April 2019, not really knowing what to expect as our guide book and recent reviews seemed to imply the museum was currently in a transition period. It turned out we were lucky - the day we arrived was the very day...More
I thought that this little museum was well-organized and told the story of human occupation in Petra very well. Definitely worth a half hour or so to stroll through the exhibits and films. Admission is free.
When we visited, many of the artefacts were already...More
There were clear explanations about Petra and how the site had developed and been used over the centuries. This hleped put the site into context on our second visit and was more usful than some of the guide information. A new Museum is being built...More