Find all tourist attractions in Jerash, one of the largest and most well-preserved sites of Roman architecture in the world outside Italy.

 


The Ancient City of Jerash: Jerash lies on a plain surrounded by hilly wooded areas and fertile basins. Conquered by General Pompey in 63 BC, it came under Roman rule and w

Oval Plaza of Jerash Jordan: The spacious plaza measures 90mx80m and is surrounded by a broad sidewalk and colonnade of 1st century AD Ionic columns. Know More!

The North Theater was built in 165AD. In front is a colonnaded plaza where a staircase led up to the entrance. The theater originally only had 14 rows of seats and was used

The South Theater can seat more than 3000 spectators. The first level of the ornate stage, which was originally a two-story structure, has been reconstructed and is still u

Jerash Archaeological Museum: The museum houses large collections of pottery, glass, metals and coins, in addition to precious stones, figurines and statues, stone and marb

The Jerash Festival: held in July every year, transforms the ancient city into one of the worlds liveliest and most spectacular cultural events. Know More!

This well-preserved example was originally embellished with marble facings on the lower level and painted plaster on the upper level. Know More!

In the 4th century the temple of Dionysus was rebuilt as a Byzantine church now referred to as the ‘Cathedral’ (although there is no evidence that it held more

The Jerash Hippodrome: This massive arena was 245m long and 52m wide and could seat 15,000 spectators at a time for chariot races and other sports. Know More!

Hadrian’s Arch of Jerash Jordan: This splendid triumphal arch was intended to become the main Southern gate to the city; however the expansion plans were never comple