Discover the major tourist attractions and sites in Amman, capital of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan.
Amman, the capital of Jordan, is a fascinating city of contrasts - a unique blend of old and new, ideally situated on a hilly area between the desert and the fertile Jordan
Amman Citadel: Located on a hill, it not only gives visitors a perspective of the city’s incredible history but also provides stunning views of the entire area. Know
The Jordanian Archaeological Museum contains a substantial collection of artifacts from the Paleaolithic Period onwards.
know more Amman Roman Theater! The restored Roman Theater dates back to the 2nd century AD. Built into three sides of the hillside, it seats around 6000 people and is still
Iraq Al Amir is situated in a lush, secluded wadi 24KM to the southwest of Amman. It is generally known for Qasr Al-'Abd (Palace of the Slave).
The Jordan Folklore Museum is located within the western section of the Roman Theater in Amman. know more!
This Ottoman style mosque was rebuilt using striking pink-and-white stone in 1924 by the late King Abdullah. Know More!
The Nymphaeum at Amman Jordan: Roman cities always contained ornamental gardens, and old ‘Philadelphia’ was no exception. Know More!
The Roman Forum is a public square, bordered by the theatre and the Odeon. It was amongst the largest of the Empire (100 x50 metres). Know More!