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Royal Tank Museum

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Journey Through the Holy Land of Israel & Jordan - 11 Days
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Journey Through the Holy Land of Israel & Jordan - 11 Days

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Explore the Holy Land site of Israel and Jordan , This 11 day adventure covers Holy Land top tour sites. Begin in Tel Aviv make your way to Northern Israel to visit Nazareth, Sea of Galilee, Galilee, Golan Hights, Tabgha, Capernaum and sleep at a kibbutz near Galilee. Explore Israel’s culture and history in modern Haifa, ancient Caesarea and Tel Aviv’s bustling port. Visit the archeological sites atop Masada plateau then immerse yourself in the Dead Sea. We continue to Holy Jerusalem and Bethlehem Christian sites. We continue to the south to Visit Jordan - Petra, Jerash, Mount Nebo Amman.<br><br>.<br><br>● Explore Bethlehem, Nazareth, the Golan Heights and the miracle sites of the Sea of Galilee.<br><br>● Visit historic sites of Jordan - Petra, Jerash, Mount Nebo Amman.<br><br>● Entrance fees to places of interest while touring.<br><br>● 10-night biblical and historical Israel tour and Jordan.<br><br>● Visit Haifa, UNESCO-listed Acre and ancient Caesara.<br><br>● Explore Wadi Rum with unforgettable Jeep Tour
USD 2,340.00 per adult
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Loay wrote a review Nov. 2020
Baton Rouge, Louisiana36 contributions9 helpful votes
We arrived there at 3:25pm they told us they close at 4pm We checked the website and their facebook page and both showing they close at 6pm We paid the entrance fee for 30 minutes only but after that a man keep coming to us and telling us we are about to close we need to hurry Almost three men’s came to us and said that so we rush and left around 3:55pm and they all waiting for us at the door and they all left around 3:56pm
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Date of experience: November 2020
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Response from royaltankmuseum, Manager at Royal Tank Museum
Responded 23 Nov. 2020
Dear Mr. Loay, Thank you for visiting the Royal Tank Museum and for your note. We deeply apologize for this. According to the Museum's Coronavirus policy, we cut down the opening hours from 6:00pm to 4:00pm. It seems that you visited the Museum before we get the chance to publish the new opening hours on our social media platforms and website. We apologize for this again. May you please provide us with your contact number at ( info@rtm.jo ) so our team can contact you and arrange a free visit for you. Thank you for your understanding. See you!
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cacatman wrote a review Feb. 2020
Amman, Jordan30 contributions199 helpful votes
The Royal Tank Museum Review Cost? 2 JOD (if resident)/5 JOD (if tourist) per person. Children <12 yo free. How long to allow? I'd suggest 2-4 hours to visit Opening hours? 10 am-4 pm every day except closed Tuesdays Review Not sure what I was expecting to see. But I know I wasn't expecting it to be as incredible as it turned out to be. After all, how good can a museum that's just about tanks, really be?!! In the words of my 15 yo son, "Wow for 2 JOD, you could go to a lot more worse places in Jordan!!". The place is clean, well designed, spacious and filled with more tanks than you could point a stick at! It was opened in 2018 and is still being worked on. The displays have just enough information (in both Arabic and English) so that you don't get bored. It provides enough interesting facts so that you get the idea of their capabilities compared to each other e.g. Country of origin, weight, type of munition, number of people needed, horsepower, speed and range. King Abdullah II is a military man and a bit of a tank buff (even though he is a helicopter pilot). Some of the tanks were gifts from other countries (there's a board detailing the countries who donated). It's a very impressive place. It's better than the Automobile Museum IMHO (and I love cars). It is broken up into several large areas, some of which feature quite good dioramas. There are plenty of tanks from the USA, Soviet Union, the UK and Germany (amongst other nations I have forgotten). The tanks covered include World War I/II, the Arab-Israeli wars, modern Jordanian made tanks, peace keeping vehicles and even a diorama featuring the Ottoman army. It features not only tanks, but also some of the armour the soldiers used, a Cobra attack helicopter, anti-aircraft guns, troop carriers, an interactive section where you can roleplay being in a conflict as president of other nations, a life sized replica of Leonardo da Vinci's theoretical tank and also transport vehicles from the past to the current era. Unfortunately, the 100% made in Jordan shop has nothing for sale....just yet. :(. In terms of value for money, this should be on your list of things to do!
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Date of experience: February 2020
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7268 wrote a review Jan. 2020
Oakland, California3,878 contributions744 helpful votes
This has to be one of the best military memorabilia museums in the world. where else would you find such an enormous collection of tanks. And these aren't just your ordinary tanks. We're talking about tanks from all over the world and all time periods.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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vetsamehabuhanish wrote a review Jan. 2020
Muscat, Oman5 contributions2 helpful votes
It was a great & unforgettable time with my family , every things are perfect. beautiful, coordinated and clean museum. I advise everyone to visit it .
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Darshana Ratnayake wrote a review Jan. 2020
Kandy, Sri Lanka1,694 contributions73 helpful votes
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must visit place in jordan amman. Entrance free is 2JD, located at king abdullah 2 park. There are amazing war tanks can see. Most of them used in Ww2 or gulf war time. Good description also there. Huge number of collection. War tanks, cars few biks. Must take a cam to take1000 of memorable photos.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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