The Murad Castle Museum
The Murad’s Castle once served as a garrison for soldiers in the Ottoman Empire, now renovated to host one of the largest ethnographic collections of Palestinian history and culture. The Murad’s Castle Museum featurs over 1000 of these precious artifacts that draw from the many chapters of the Palestinian story. The often tumultuous, always fascinating history of Palestine is coming alive through impressive displays of handicrafts, amulets, Bedouin tents, utensils, pottery and more. In addition to that the Palestinian Ministry of Tourism has thankfully offered our Museum a unique collection of Archeological items covering different periods of the history of Palestine. Parts of the Roman stone Aqueduct, is also displayed in the castle.