There’s no better way of gaining a sense of the pomp and splendour of Rome than walking through the triumphal, 13m-tall Hadrian’s Arch...
Built sometime between the 1st and 3rd centuries AD, this ancient sports field (244m by 50m) was once surrounded by seating for up to...
Next to Jerash's South Gate, the visitor centre has informative descriptions and reconstructions of many buildings in Jerash as well as...
Jordan House Restaurant
Serving a comprehensive buffet between 11am and 5pm, this friendly establishment at the entrance to the ruins is a good place for a...
Lebanese House information
Nicknamed ‘Umm Khalil’, this rambling restaurant, which has served more than five million customers since 1977, is a national treasure. Try the fresh almonds while you wait for sizzling mezze and fresh-baked bread. If you can’t decide what to sample, try the regular meal (JD15) or the house special (JD22) for a selection of the best dishes.
The indoor and outdoor seating gets busy with local families after 9pm. It’s a five- to 10-minute walk from Jerash’s centre.