Commissioned by King Abdullah in 2003, this Museum showcases about 70 gorgeous cars, mostly relating to the history of Jordan, but also some other curiosities. Most of the collection belonged to King Hussein bin Talal of Jordan, who ruled the country for 46 years, and was a complete gearhead. There are also motorcycles. Each vehicle comes with a detailed description of it history. They are all beautifully shined, pleasingly lit, and are absolutely drool worthy. The museum also has one of the rovers that was used in the movie The Martian (the nearby Wadi Rum area was used to film some scenes for the movie). It's not something you expect to find in this city but it nevertheless one of the most beloved attractions.
- Audio Guided JD 5.00
- Without Audio Guides JD 3.00
- Children Under 12 JD 1.00
- Audio Guided JD 3.00
- Without Audio Guide JD 1.00
- Children under 12, senior citizens and handicapped Free
- Closed on First day of Eid il Fitr; Eid il Adha: The day before, and first day of Adha Holiday.
- Drive or take a taxi.
- There may be a bus station nearby.
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46.46% of people who visit Amman include The Royal Automobile Museum in their plan
09 AM - 10 AM
53.49% of people start their The Royal Automobile Museum visit around 09 AM - 10 AM
People usually take around 1 Hr to see The Royal Automobile Museum
83.13% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting The Royal Automobile Museum
It's very good.. however it feels like it could have had more cars.. And there are replicas in the museum which I didn't appreciate. I love originals. It was very clean very well light. Over all a very nice experience. Highly recommend the experience at least once a lifetime.
A sophofticated small car museum, amazing well maintained display of cars, with a small shop at the end. Loved it. Entry fairs: 1JD for 11 yrs old and above, free for those under 11 yrs old.
Very well curated & presented. Worth the visit & admission fees. Give yourself 2 hours to fully appreciate the collection on display
If you like cars very much worth the visit. History of the royal family through its cars Far from the city center but easily accessible by car or taxi (meter +++)
A walk along history lane. 30 min of walk will take through sone of the greatest collection of cars and bikes which were previously used by the kings of Jordan. There are even videos showing them being used in paradise etc. Lot of rare cars all pf them in very good condition. You will love it for sure.