The permanent exhibition of the Dead Sea Museum is located within the Dead Sea Panoramic Complex, and covers all aspects of the Dead Sea including its geological, ecological, archeological, and historical origins, as well as the future conservation of the Dead Sea. The permanent exhibition hall is divided into four sections corresponding to four different themes: Origins of the Dead Sea, Eco-system, Man and the Dead Sea, and Will the Dead Sea Really Die?
The Dead Sea Museum introduces visitors to the physical and chemical characteristics of the Dead Sea, while highlighting the relationship between the Dead Sea and human beings, in an attempt to promote the conservation and protection of the area. The full story of the Dead Sea is relayed with the use of panels, videos, and models to help clarify the conservation needs of the Dead Sea. Two documentary films, “Ecology of the Dead Sea” and “Dead Sea in Danger”, are also on display in the museum.
The education program at the Dead Sea Panoramic Complex also encourages students to participate in several experiments which involve comparing Dead Sea water to fresh water and normal sea water.