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so interesting

Off the beaten track but so rich in culture and history. The historical and scientific evidence... read more

Reviewed 27 November 2017
Vevey, Switzerland
Prophet Lot‘s Cave

Really interesting place ehrte Prophet Lot Used to Stay in the Cave and in 500 a. D A bycantine... read more

Reviewed 12 November 2017
Basel, Switzerland
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Reviewed 27 November 2017

Off the beaten track but so rich in culture and history. The historical and scientific evidence brings the Old Testament to life. The south end of the Dead Sea is quite a drive but the scenery is breath-taking and the small but excellent museum full...More

Thank DeborahML2014
Reviewed 12 November 2017 via mobile

Really interesting place ehrte Prophet Lot Used to Stay in the Cave and in 500 a. D A bycantine monastery was build

Thank mohissa
Reviewed 7 November 2017

If you drive along the Dead Sea Highway you will pass it, so we took a break here. The museum is really nice and you can even buy some small textiles made buy local women. There is a list you can write down your country...More

Thank JanSmithSchneider
Reviewed 17 March 2017 via mobile

The museum was done really well with lots of food information on the geography and people from this area over many centuries. Gave a solid understanding and helped me with Biblical perspective on Lot's cave. The actual cave is small but the worship area is...More

Thank Jane M
Reviewed 4 January 2017

Lots Cave und the Lowest Place on Earth Museum arme next to each other and worth seeing if you are interested in history and archeology. Learn about the ancient cultures and see good exponates.

Thank zugvogel2017
Reviewed 2 November 2016 via mobile

The museum at the lowest place on earth is the entry point, the museum has a few god points of interest and has AC and really clean toilets . Then the cave is a short drive up a steep gravel roadway leading off out the...More

2  Thank 321Sparkey
Reviewed 25 October 2016

The museum at the entrance is interesting and worth the entrance fee and 30 minutes. Be aware the you will not be able to enter the cave or even see inside.

2  Thank PinballCowboy
Reviewed 9 August 2016

Along way of walking from the Museum to the Cave on the top of the mountain. You will find a church built during the time of Byzantine Christians (5th-8th centuries) and monastery dedicated to Saint Lots with some mosaics. The complex was built around the...More

2  Thank Myra V
Reviewed 27 July 2016

The cave was excavated and the remains of a chruch and monastery were discovered. The mosaic is housed in the museum at the bottom of the hill. It also has clean bathrooms, a gift shop and a number of displays related to the region and...More

1  Thank Brannon W
Reviewed 5 May 2016

Easy to find, close to the dead Sea. You can is it the nice but interesting museum (small entry fee), and then go up to the cave. Nice to visit!

Thank feijeD
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