The Ammarin Museum is a Bedouin Ethnic Museum with photographs of the Ammarins and the area they have lived in. It contains a collection of stones that were used by the Ammarins shamans for healing as well as an exhibit of the local wild herbs and frankincense that have been used for healing and different remedies by the Ammarins. Ample information is displayed on the history of the Ammarins and their shaman practices.
The exhibit is within the Ammarin Bedouin Resort area hosted in a small area that is similar to the old Ammarins’ houses. Visitors are encouraged to sign the Guests’ book.
No smoking or touching of items is allowed inside the Museum.