The archaeological and educational activity of Mathaf began from an early age, so that in 2007 the Jebus Museum was opened for visitors on the ground floor of the house where Mathaf lived. The first exhibition “Scent of our Land” counts up to 50 works of art. Meanwhile, for the next several years, the museum’s collection continued to grow and Jebus became a significant cultural & educational venue as well as the center of the volunteer movement. In 2014, thanks to the scouting, in which Mohammed was engaged, and encouragement of the Scout leaders, the Jebus Museum was relocated into a new space. From now on, Jebus is based in a two-storey building with a green garden and, then, a new era in the development of the Museum has started.