Included Attractions

The Jordan Pass is an outstanding way to explore Jordan. Visit UNESCO World Heritage sites, Museums, Castles and more.

 

Jordan Archaeological Museum

Madaba Archaeological Museum

As-Salt Museum

St. Elijah's Hill
(Tal Mar Elias)

Dar Al-Saraya Museum - Irbid

Karak Museum

Qasr Al-Mushatta

Qasr Hammam Al-Sarh

As-Salt Historical Museum

Madaba Archaeological Park

Church of the Apostles

Burnt Palace - Madaba

Rehab / Al-Mafraq

Al-Hamimah

The Citadel

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Umm Qais

Site of the famous miracle of the Gadarene swine, Gadara was renowned in its time as a cultural centre. It was the home of several classical poets and philosophers, including Theodorus, founder of a rhetorical school in Rome, and was once called “a new Athens” by a poet. Perched on a splendid hilltop overlooking the Jordan Valley and the Sea of Galilee, Gadara is known today as Umm Qays, and boasts an impressive colonnaded street, a vaulted terrace, and the ruins of two theatres. You can take in the sights and then dine on the terrace of a fine restaurant with a breathtaking view. The Al-Himma therapeutic hot springs are located around 10km north of Umm Qays and were once highly regarded by the Romans. There are two bathing facilities: a privately-run complex, and a public bath complex, with separate timetables for men and women.

Ajloun Castle

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Petra

Petra is a historical and archaeological city in the southern Jordanian governorate of Ma'an that is famous for its rock-cut architecture and water conduit system. Another name for Petra is the Rose City due to the color of the stone out of which it is carved.
Established possibly as early as 312 BCE as the capital city of the Nabataeans, it is a symbol of Jordan, as well as Jordan's most-visited tourist attraction. It lies on the slope of Jebel al-Madhbah (identified by some as the biblical Mount Hor) in a basin among the mountains which form the eastern flank of Arabah (Wadi Araba), the large valley running from the Dead Sea to the Gulf of Aqaba. Petra has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1985.

Pella

Pella is a favourite of archaeologists as it is exceptionally rich in antiquities, some of which are exceedingly old. Besides the excavated ruins from the Graeco-Roman period, including an Odeon (theatre), Pella offers visitors the opportunity to see the remains of a Chalcolithic settlement from the 4th millennium BC, the remains of Bronze and Iron Age walled cities, Byzantine churches and houses, an Early Islamic residential quarter, and a small medieval mosque. -

Baptism Site

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Jerash

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Wadi Rum

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Karak Castle

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Church of the Map (Madaba)

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Mount Nebo

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Umm Ar-Rasas

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Madaba Visitor’s Center

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Desert Castles
(3 castles)

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Umm al-Jimal

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Shobak Castle

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Mukawir

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Museum of Popular Traditions

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Jordan Museum

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Aqaba Museum

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Madaba Museum

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As-Salt Museum

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St. Elijah's Hill
(Tal Mar Elias)

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Al-Halabat Castle

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Dar Al-Saraya

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