This museum, located on the side of the Roman Theatre complex, is small but interesting to look through. Though the mannequins are a bit eerie, the costumes they are adorned in are lovely. They show the intricate stitch-work and the vibrant colors common to the traditional attire worn throughout Jordan. In adjacent rooms are a number of other cultural items, such as jewelry and pottery used by these various tribes. Lastly, down a dark and looming hallway, a number of mosaic pieces are on display. This space likely won’t take you more than a dozen minutes to walk through, but it is interesting nonetheless.
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