It is situated in Amman� Jordan, at the west of the RomanTheatre
Who built it :
This museum was founded by the Department of Antiquities and officially opened in 1975.
Why was it built :
The museum houses items representing the following Jordanian cultures: The culture of the desert (Bedu). The culture of the villages (Reef). The culture of the towns and cities(Madineh).
The museum recreates the traditional Jordanian life Costumes, home furnishings, musical instruments and handicrafts dating back to the 19th century . Exhibits include a Bedouin goat-hair tent with rug weavings and household equipment.
The collection of the museum represents items of daily life from the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, such as:
1. Costumes of the various areas in Jordan.
2. Utensils used for food preparation, making bread, coffee, and tea.