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Interesting collection of cars, and nice to see the history the king has with motor sports and the cars used in public visit. Not many kings would sit on the roof of a car. The collection has a few surprises, like the Bike from Tron...More
This was an extensive collection of motor cars and motorbikes most have a history so it was good to find out about the Kings passion for vehicles. The vehicle from The Martian is also there and the bike from Tron
As a woman who is not particularly interested in cars I nearly skipped this included tour ( like half our group)- but it was fascinating.
Huge collection of immaculately maintained cars ( old and new)
Exact replica of Lawrence of Arabia's armoured Rolls ( plus...More
As part of A Scenic Essebtials of Egypt & Jordan Tour we visited this Museuen. I’m not a car enthusiast but can appreciate what an endless bank account & a love of rare & expensive taste in cars & motor bikes can be indulged in....More
The exhibition contains the most expensive and rare car models which belonged to the late King Hussein and the King Abdullah. The life of the royal family presented through screens and pictures all around the museum.
The visitor can find out the story of each...More
This place is a car lover's dream, but anyone interested in
modern Jordanian history will find this museum well worth visiting. Be sure to get the self-guided audio set. The videos behind the vehicles provide an excellent look at their use over the years. Well...More
Thanks for your interest ! If you want to read all the spec sheets and enjoy the photos, I'll take 1.5 hours. The museum is open till 7.00 every day of the week except Tuesdays. Once you enter before 7.00 you could stay for... More
Thanks for your interest ! If you want to read all the spec sheets and enjoy the photos, I'll take 1.5 hours. The museum is open till 7.00 every day of the week except Tuesdays. Once you enter before 7.00 you could stay for the duration of the visit. We hope you enjoy your trip and please do rate us and let me know personally if all went well. Thank you.
Hello. Thanks for your interest in the RAM. Public transport is a bit weak in Amman, but we suggest you take any bus to King Abdullah II road towards City Mall and the Military Hospital. We are situated at the King Hussein... More
Hello. Thanks for your interest in the RAM. Public transport is a bit weak in Amman, but we suggest you take any bus to King Abdullah II road towards City Mall and the Military Hospital. We are situated at the King Hussein Park. Any taxi can take you there as well. Looking forward to seeing you. The Management.
Saturday Arrive afternoon in Amman Sunday Royal Automobile Museum in Amman, Jerash via taxi?, stay night in Amman Monday Amman to Wadi Rum, do half day tour, stay overnight in Wadi Rum Tues Hire driver to Petra? Or is there a Jett bus? Wednesday Petra Thursday Hire driver from Petra to Dead Sea, stay at resort Friday Dead Sea, relax Saturday Hire driver from Dead Sea to Amman Sunday Fly out of Amman Does this itinerary seem okay? Does anyone recommend...More
February 01, 2018|
Welcome to Jordan What about: Saturday Arrive afternoon in Amman Sunday Jerash and Ajloun, stay night in Amman Monday Amman - Madaba - Mt. Nebo - Kerak - Petra by night, stay in Petra Tues Petra Wednesday Little Petra - Wadi Rum, stay in Wadi Rum Thursday Wadi Rum - Dead Sea, stay at resort Friday Dead Sea, relax Saturday Dead Sea - Amman, city tour Sunday Fly out of Amman Enjoy Jordan Beauty Tours
Another itinerary sense check. (6 Replies)
Hello all I'm planning trip to Jordan in Mid-September and have been slightly tying myself in knots working out an itinerary. Having finally got to one that Gets me to the places I want to see and that I think makes sense, I wanted to sense check it with you good people. My plan is: Friday: Arrive AMM around midnight (so technically Saturday) O/N Madaba Saturday: Low key, post travel day in Madaba and Mt Nebo. Late evening flight to AQJ and taxi to Petra Sunday: Petra Monday: Petra ...More
April 07, 2017|
You could do better without that flight from Amman toAqaba and taxi to Petra.If you must do it then change it to same day you arrive airport at Amman QAIA.it dsnt make any sense to go back to airport tine consuming security check baggage check and hassles if you do it then you start your tour from airport at Aqaba taxi to Wadi ruim and work you way to Petra and onto to Amman via the Kings Way. stop visit Shobak castle,Danan,Kerak castle,Wadi mjujib to visiting Madaba,Nebo and end at Dead...More