1- Prehistory Museum contains artifacts and objects discovered in the basin of the Orontes, the Euphrates, at Tell Ramad.
2- Museum of Ancient Syrian Antiquities : contain an Amorite, Canaanite and Eblaite antiquities discovered at Ugarit, of which is the alphabet the most important, at Mari, where the statue of Ur-Nina, of Ishtar, the model of a circular house had been found; at Ebla, where the famous archive, the cult basin, the bust of a king... had been brought to light, and many other antiquities from Amrit, Tell Sukas, Tell Khueira…etc.
3- Museum of classical Antiquities: conserves sculptures discovered in Hauran, Djebel al-Arab, Djoulan; mosaics, Palmyrenean antiquities, frescos from Dura Europos, jewelleries and coins…
4- Museum of Arab-Islamic Arts: conserves windows of stucco, fresco of Qasr al-Hair, ceramics, faiences, manuscripts, cenotaph of Khaled Ben al-Walid and of Khatoun.
5- Museum of Contemporary Art: contains works of Syrian artists and artists of Arab and friend countries.
6- Open Air Museum within the garden of the National Museum: exposes antiquities of stones from different periods.
Horary of visits:
Summer (May-September) 8h. - 13h. and 16h. - 19h.
Friday 8h. - 12h.30 and 16h. - 19h.
Winter (October - April) 8h. - 13h. and 14h. - 16h.
Friday 8h. - 11h.30 and 14h. - 16h.
Closed in Tuesday