The Museum at the Lowest Place on Earth, Safi

2.8
#24 of 29 in Museums in Jordan
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  • Quite basic and rough museum, free of charge, with some interesting artifacts and decent information about history of Dead Sea valley, but nothing really outstanding. Worth visiting if one passes by, ...  more »
  • A small museum that is not yet quite finished - The exhibts are there but the toilets are a work in progress Some interesting artefacts and a nice account of the history of the area Dont make a specia...  more »
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  • The museum is OK, the whole experience of getting there is what makes it really special. The drive along Dead Sea, the constant wadi estuaries (which can be very frightening in the rainy season as you expect any second to see a tsunami coming) & the rocky mountains offer an unforgettable experience. In the museum you will learn how salt has been earned. It's very interesting as salt has been called white gold thousand years ago. Historians even argue that words like soldiers come from "salt" as they were paid with salt back then.
  • There's not much there and it's also quite dirty.
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