Jordan Folklore Museum

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Jordan Folklore Museum
Entrance to the Jordanian Folklore Museum, Amman.jpg
Entrance of the museum
LocationAmman, Jordan
TypeHeritage Museum
Traditional female clothing

Jordan Folklore Museum is a museum in Amman, Jordan. It is located next to the Roman amphitheater, it was established in 1971. The museum showcases a collection of Jordanian cultural heritage items from the desert (Bedu), villages (Reef), and towns (Madineh)[1] including; costumes, musical instrument and handicrafts. Along with mosaics.[2][3]


  1. ^ "Jordan Folklore Museum. Art Destination Jordan, Amman".
  2. ^ "Welcome to Jordan Tourism Board > Where to go > Amman > Museums". Retrieved 2015-10-04.
  3. ^ "Jordan Folklore Museum". Retrieved 2015-10-04.