Tiraz Widad Kawar Home For Arab DressCurrently Closed
- Address: 19, Riad Al-Mufleh St., Amman, Jordan
- Timings: 11:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
- Phone: +962-65927531
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
- Tags: Art And Culture, Family And Kids
The western world may not have much of a concept of the diversity that is the Arabian garment. But the tradition of embroidering medieval Arabian garb and weaving inscriptions into textiles can tell a fascinating history. This election has 2000 items of clothes, textiles, jewelry, tools and materials, which focus on Palestinian and Jordanian costumes specifically but also on clothes from the rest of the Arab world. There is much to learn in the traditions of embroidery, Especially, when it comes to cultural matters such as affiliation and social structure. The specific purpose of the collector Widad Kawar is to preserve a culture torn apart by the conflicts of the 20th century.
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Tiraz Widad Kawar Home For Arab Dress Reviews & Ratings
Beautiful, interesting gallery of tradional clothes. Very rich and useful captions. Entrance fee: 2 JOD. An opportunity to comprehend a people, a civilization.
It is only one of the most beautifully organized museums in Jordan, it also has its some of the most fascinating exhibits. The gorgeous embroidered dresses and old jewelry display nicely , all textiles from the Arab . Jordan .Palestine, Syria,yemen and Iraq I advice visitor when the come to Jordan visit the museum
Amazing experience for people who look to know more about traditional artisan work of MENA region..loved the experience
Very good traditional place
I'm a big embroidery fan and there were lots of great explanations and beautiful samples. The English signs made every thing easy for me. It's fairly small but I spent a happy hour here then bought a rare embroidery book in the shop.