Pella (Tabaqit Fahl)
The Jewel of the Jordan Valley

Located approximately 81 km from Amman, about 1 hour and 40 min drive. With a history extending back into the Bronze Age, Pella is a site favored by archaeologists as it is exceptionally rich in antiquities as well as the excavated ruins from Graeco; Roman period, including the Odeon theatre. It also offers visitors the opportunity to see the remains of a Chalcolithic settlement from the 4th millennium BC, the remains of Bronze and Iron Age walled cities, Byzantine churches and houses, Early Islamic residential quarters, and a small medieval mosque.
You can also see the 6th century West Church, 6th century Civic Complex Church, 1st century Odeon, Roman Nymphaeum and East Church.