Fun and Entertaining Places in Amman

The city of Amman will not disappoint you when it comes to entertainment. Be it the vibrant shopping streets, bustling nightlife, or creative theaters, you will find different fun and entertainment options in Amman. Here is the extensive list of all the entertainment places in Amman that are bound to make your vacation a memorable one. With so many options to choose from, you will never have to worry about what to do in Amman anymore.

Let's explore the best places for fun and entertainment in Amman:

  1. Rainbow Street

    Walking Area, Streets

    Running from First Circle to Mango Street, this is an all-purpose street has lots of attractions, restaurants, pubs, administrative buildings, and shops. It is also home of the local artistic community.  With a number of craft studios. It's actually a great place to get your first taste of life in the city. One of the best things to do here is to grab a coffee at one of the coffee houses; ...Read more
  2. The Odeon Theater

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    The Odeon Theater


    This is the third of the three major Roman structures in the city. The Odeon is usually a smaller theater next to a larger Amphitheater in the Roman world. Accordingly, this 500-seat ancient theater built in the second century CE is close to its larger and more famous companion. It was probably used for more intimate performances than those held at the amphitheater. And notably, such use of the...Read more
  3. Abdali Boulevard

    Boulevard , Streets

    This 370-meters long and 20 meters wide outdoors pedestrian street, lined by a total of 12 buildings, serves up and upscale shopping, dining and hangout experience. The buildings themselves are primarily offices and apartments but there are retail and restaurant units at the ground floor and rooftop levels. It's the place to go to after you've finished your touring for the day and just want a n...Read more
  4. Wakalat Street

    Walking Area, Streets

    This was this city's first pedestrian only street. It took 850,000 Jordanian dinars to construct the street. Beautifully constructed with trees, with colored tiles for paving, and an array of upscale shops on either side this may be quickly replacing Rainbow Street as the city's top shopping the destination. Most of the retail focus here is on clothes and there are a lot of high fashion labels ...Read more