The good samaritan

For many generations, the route of the Good Samaritan was used by pilgrims, monks and biblical scholars, on their way to the baptism site in the Jordan River (Qasr al-Yehud). The beginning of this way in the days of the First Temple, and it flourished in the Byzantine and Crusader periods. Today, archaeological remains are displayed there, including impressive mosaics, as well as an ancient and well-preserved six-hall building from the Ottoman period that was used as a road inn. In the museum you will enjoy a display of archaeological remains, including a wealth of spectacular mosaics from the Byzantine period.