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Jordan Archaeological Museum
The Jordan Archaeological Museum was built in 1951 on the Citadel Hill in Amman. It houses artifacts from all the archaeological sites in the country. The collection is arranged in chronological order and represents ancient items of daily life such as pottery, glass, flint and metal tools, as well as monumental materials such as inscriptions and statuaries. The museum also houses several jewellery inscription statuary and coin collections.

Jordan Folklore Museum
The Jordan Folklore Museum is located within the western section of the Roman Theatre in Amman. This museum was founded by the Department of Antiquities and officially opened in 1975.

Jordanian Museum of Popular Traditions
The Jordanian Museum of Popular Traditions was established in 1971. The museum is located within the eastern section of the Roman Theater in Amman. Its aims are to collect Jordanian and Palestinian folk heritage from all over Jordan, to protect and conserve this heritage and to present it for future generations. The museum is also concerned with introducing our popular heritage to the world.

Archaeological Museum / University of Jordan
A small archaeological museum was initially established at the University of Jordan in 1962. The museum was later expanded and transferred to its present location; the new building was officially opened in1986. The museum has exhibition halls, research workshops, photography and draughting rooms, and a conservation laboratory.

Anthropological Museum /University of Jordan
The idea of establishing an anthropological museum at the University of Jordan started in 1977, to serve as an application grounds for theoretical courses taught at the Department of Sociology concerning social life in Jordanian society. The museum houses collections of modern Jordanian heritage, tools made by Jordanian people from their natural environment to meet there needs and demand.

Numismatics Museum Central Bank of Jordan
The area of the Central Bank of Jordan Museum exceeds 400 square meters, and its collections include over 2200 coins. The museum was officially opened in 1988.

Royal Automobile Museum
The Royal Automobile Museum depicts the history of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, from the early 1920's until the present day. The featured cars highlight the life of His Majesty the late King Hussein and his reign, as well as the many aspects of his leadership.

NRA Geological Museum
NRA geological museum was established in 1989 at the entrance of Natural Resources Authority (NRA) building. It is an applied geology museum that provides the different academic levels of visitors with an idea about earth sciences. The museum visitors are from arab and foreign countries, in addition to students of different ages from private and public schools and universities who used to visit the museum regularly to have a better understanding of earth sciences through the unique displayed samples.

Museum of Jordanian Heritage
The Museum of Jordanian Heritage is part of the Faculty of Archaeology and Anthropology at Yarmouk University. The Museum recounts the story of mankind in Jordan from its earliest stages until today. It was opened in 1988 in cooperation with the German Government. The Museum reflects the research and field projects conducted by the Faculty researchers, and technicians whether independently or in cooperation with other local and foreign institutes.