The Temple of Hercules overlooking the city. You can see remnants of Hercules' hand and elbow...apparently the statue stood 13m high centuries ago and gave the temple its name.
Inside the Jordanian Archaeological Museum. Fossilized rhino teeth, ancient skeletons of children buried in pots, coffins with the deceased's face and hands carved into the clay, and clay tablets from the Nabataeans. Whoa. The museum has housed the copper Dead Sea scroll (look it up, it's amazingly cool) for years, but they were recently transferred to a different museum in Jordan. Boo.
Entrance to the roman amphitheater