The National Museum of Damascus: A collection of very ancient antiquities and relics of history as far back as the Stone age. It is a witness of the greatness of the past and the reaction of civilizations (Tel. 22 14 855).
The Museum of Folk Traditions (Al-Azem Palace): Built in 1749 by Asa'ad Pasha Al-Azem south of the Umayyad Mosque as a residence for Al-Wali (The Governor) then converted into a museum of folk traditions (Tel. 22 14 984).
Damascus Historical Museum: a Damascus dwelling house for Al-Azem family containing historical documents and preserves the design and features of old Damascus houses showing walls with beautiful mosaic works and wonderful Persian designs and decorations.
The Museum of Medical Science (Bimaristan Al-Nouri): Built in 1154 AD to serve as a hospital and medical school, usually visited by specialists and researchers to benefit from its historical library.
The Museum of Arabic Calligraphy: containing documents of the most remarkable types and designs of Arabic calligraphy among other extraordinary things.
Takiyya Sulaymaniyya Museum: a military museum.
Other Syrian Museums:
Aleppo Museum - Museum of Popular Traditions in Aleppo - Qalaat Halab Museum - Hama Museum - Afamia Museum - Homs Museum - Tadmor Museum - Swieda Museum - Shahba Museum in Swieda - Idleb Museum - Al-Ma'arra Museum in Idleb - Tartus Museum - Arwad Museum in Tartus - Amrit Museum in Tartus - Bosra Museum in Dar'a - Lattakia Museum - Deir Ezzor Museum - Raqqa Museum - Ja'ber Citadel Museum in Raqqa.