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Best Time To Visit Amman

When you travel to Amman, you will love to visit popular tourist spots and enjoy the local culture. Amongst other Things to do in Amman, you can surely explore some of the best things to do in Amman to make your trip a fulfilling one. On a trip to Amman things to do can include exploring Amman attractions and visiting the places of interest.

Cultural attractions

The Roam Theatre, Citadel, Nymphaeum reflect the rich cultural and historical past of the city of Amman.  However a trip to the country is incomplete without a visit to places like Jerash, Mount Nebo, Madaba, Petra, Umm Quais, Wadi Rum, all of which is located outside the city and is easily accessible by booking a day trip. Jerash is one of the most ancient cities in Amman and a trip to this place will transport visitors to the old Roman era with its paved bo

Darat Al Funun

Is an art gallery spread across three building in the heart of the old city.  The place houses some of the most famous works of notable artistes in the country.The gallery also hosts a number of artistes and organizes exhibitions around the year.

Jordan National gallery of Fine Arts

This gallery reflects Jordan’s strong artistic culture and is host to artistes not only from Jordan but also across the region.  The exhibitions are a top draw among the residents of Amman and attract a crowd of visitors daily.

Roman Theater

Perhaps one of the most distinctive places in the city, the Roman Theatre is an open amphitheatre built on the same styles as the ones found in Rome. It is one of the most frequently visited places within the city.  The Theater complex also houses a folklore museum and a culture museum.

Rainbow Street

The quaint activity filled street is located in one of the older areas of the city and is named after an old cinema show house which is now closed. The street is lined with cafes, book stores, boutiques and is a place for locals as well as tourists to hang out.  The street is noted for its old traditional architecture which is being preserved to attract more tourist footfalls.

Jabal Al Qala

Amongst Amman’s most famous landmarks, the Jabal Al Qala or The Citadel and the Roman Theater would stand out as distinctive landmarks that represent Amman. The majestic King Abdullah I mosque is a notable feature in Amman’s skyline.  The Nymphaeum with its elaborate mosaics, fountains and swimming pool is another notable landmark within the city.

The Jordan Gallery of Fine Arts and the Darat Al Funun are notable museums that are standi

Fun filled destinations for kids

Finding activities to keep kids engaged is definitely a challenge during holidays.  In Amman tour young children will have the opportunity to try out different activities that are simple yet thoroughly enjoyed by kids. Kite-flying is prevalent in Amman and while here one can take their children to The Citadel and fly colourful kites. Kite-flying is playfully competitive and locals are ever present to give tourists a run for their money. Spending a memorable d

Military Museum

As the name suggests this museum chronicles the country’s military history from the late 19th century and has an interesting collection of photos, articles and artefacts from the era.

Natural attraction

Most natural attractions are located outside the city with the Dead Sea being the most popular one.  The lowest point on the earth, the Dead Sea waters are rich with minerals and natural salts and give swimmers natural buoyancy and have exemplary rejuvenating powers. Visitors can use the public beaches in the area or book themselves in one of the hotels which would have its own private beach area.

Jabal Al Qala or the Citadel

Is located in the border of the old city of Amman.  The place contains many interesting historical sites from the city’s ancient past.  Most of these sites are ancient Roman ruins and have been preserved for tourists. The Temple of Hercules, Byzantine Church, Ummayad Palace and National Archaeological Museum are housed with the citadel.  Ummayad Palace offers a panoramic view of the city.  The Archaeological Museum contains an eclectic co

King Abdullah Mosque

Built in the late 1980s the mosque is an imposing figure and is one of the primary religious places in the city.  The late Kind Hussein built this mosque as a memorial for his father the late King Abdullah I.  This is perhaps the only place in the city which allows non-Muslims. Tourists entering the place are advised to be sensitive about the dress they were and it is also very important for tourists to behave appropriately when visiting this place. A ma

Automobile Museum

The museum is one of the most popular attractions among tourists. It showcases the automobile collection of Jordan’s royal family.

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