Amman Citadel

Amman Citadel is a national historic site at the center of downtown Amman, Jordan . Located on a hill, it provides stunning 360 degree views the entire city. The Citadel’s history represents significant civilizations that stretched across continents and prospered for centuries, as one empire gave rise to the next. It also symbolizes the birth of the three great monotheistic religions - Judaism, Christianity and Islam. Places of specific interest within the Citadel include The Jordan Archaeological Museum, home to a collection of marvelous artifacts as well as the Umayyad Palace

Roman Theater Downtown Amman

The restored RomanTheatre is the most obvious and impressive remnant of Roman Philadelphia, and is the highlight of Amman for most foreign visitors.The ancient theatre was built during the reign of Antonius Pius (138-161 CE). The large and steeply raked structure could seat about 6,000 people: built into the hillside, it was oriented north to keep the sun off the spectators.

The Grand Husseini Mosque

Located in the heart of downtown Amman, the Grand Husseini Mosque is an Ottoman style mosque rebuilt by the Late King Abdullah I in 1924, on the same site of an ancient mosque originally built in 640 AD by Omar Iben Al-Khattab

The Royal Automobile Museum

The Royal Automobile Museum depicts the history of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan from the early 1920s until the present. The featured cars highlight the life and reign of his Majesty the late King Hussein, as well as the many aspects of his leadership.

The Arabian Horse Club

Home to a collection of fine and genuine Arabian Horses. Get up close and personal with these beautiful creatures and learn all about them. Horse riding is also available.