This delightful little museum is located in a well-restored Ottoman-era building and covers the history of the Jordan Valley area with excellent information boards in English. The downstairs rooms focus on glass and…
Visitors can watch weaving, pottery, mosaics and other handicrafts being made at this women’s cooperative, 3km out of town in Nageb Al Daboor district. The centre specialises in both training and production and has …
Salt's historic Orthodox church is dedicated to St George. The vaulted stone interior is rich with icons, and the rood screen is carved with dragons being vanquished by the saint. The church isn't always unlocked, s…
A gorgeous Ottoman mosque, overlooking the traditional market area of Souq Hammam. Non-Muslims are not allowed inside, but anyone can enjoy its traditional stone facade.
The best place in town for cheap Arabic food, the Al Salam Restaurant serves up good shish kebabs and other offerings from the grill.
An Ottoman house with colonnaded entry, built between 1890 and 1910. It's now a traditional coffeehouse (with a tree in front).
A colonnaded hospital dating from the British Mandate period (look for the letters ‘EH’ on the green gate).
A recently restored Ottoman house dating from 1886, now housing a small local-history museum.
A grand Ottoman house with lovely balcony columns.
An Ottoman residence with an impressive doorway.