Royal Automobile Museum
The Royal Automobile Museum, located in King Hussein Park in Amman, is the first public automotive museum in the Arab region. It serves as a tribute to the late King Hussein while showcasing part of Jordan's history. The museum displays 70 of the late King's cars and motorcycles, some dating back to 1909 including a Lincoln, Ferraris, Packards and Rolls-Royces, Mercedes Benz, Porsches and Cadillac.
The Royal Automobile Museum is a car lover's delight. Around every corner lies an expensive car even more fabulous than the one before, all owned by King Hussein. Many of the cars are placed in settings that recreate the era or the situation in which it they were used. Cars used in the Jordan Rally are suitably dusty cars and the car that visited Petra is in front of a giant photograph. Accompanying written explanations and video help also to give context which keeps the museum interesting for the casual car user. Some of the cars are even set in a reconstructed village with mannequins at the wheel. So if you are interested in rare or expensive cars, or both, this is a great place to feast on some good car eye-candy.
From 10:00 hrs to 19:00 hrs
The museum is closed on Tuesdays and on the following holidays:
Ramadan Holiday: First day of Eid il Fitr
Eid il Adha: The day before, and first day of Adha Holiday
New Years Day.
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