Group Activities in Amman

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  • Suad B
    Los Angeles, CA2 contributions
    Beautiful. Took my children here. They bought their toy guns they get at the city center and ran around while we took in all the beauty!
    Written 25 May 2022
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  • Sheila A
    7 contributions
    I'm not a 'car' person but was very pleasantly surprised by this museum. It was well laid out and had some beautiful cars. Really interesting.
    Written 1 May 2022
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  • 982rodneyl
    Grande Prairie, Canada160 contributions
    Located right in the centre of Amman this site is easily accessible and is one of the best preserved Greek/ Roman theatres we have seeen
    Written 24 May 2022
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  • PepyMasso
    Sofia, Bulgaria312 contributions
    Soak up the Orient 😀
    Vivid, colourful, exotic, smells of spices, roasted nuts, chestnuts, corn and dozens of stalls selling sweets, confectioners, ice cream, toys on one side and shops on the other, selling souvenirs, clothes, fresh juices, parfumes, shining gold shops., cafés, restaurants, old buildings... Al Balad is a busy place, full of people and cars. Strangely enough, all this hustle and bustle is a kind of relaxing. Do not miss The Duke's Diwan - the oldest building in the heart of Amman, Roman theatre, Hashem restaurant, king Faisal avenue with beautiful tall palm trees. Enjoy during the day, also at night 😀
    Written 24 February 2022
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  • Allen A
    Balsam, NC224 contributions
    Near a mosque on the outskirts of Amman, this is a fascinating location to visit. Steeped in Islamic tradition, the cave was where seven men slept for 309 years to avoid persecution. A staff member at the mosque adjacent to the cave gave a great presentation about the cave and the sleepers in both Arabic and English (because of our presence).

    We were the only non-Muslims present at the time of our visit. Here is where the memory begins. We were welcomed with an outgoing kindness that was not expected. Conversations were had with families and children, pictures were taken, and a sense of happiness and fellowship was pervasive. We will never forget this experience.
    Written 25 May 2022
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  • LeanneMK
    Seattle, WA59 contributions
    We visited this site, and were so grateful to have had a guide with us to explain the history and the folklore of the area. The grounds were extensive, with many different structures to explore. The views of the surrounding areas were breathtaking as we went late afternoon and watched the sunset. A lovely afternoon adventure.
    Written 8 December 2021
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  • LegalRover
    2,670 contributions
    The Royal Tank Museum is definitely worth a visit. It is one of the few tank museums in the world and has an extensive collection of tanks, armored vehicles, and machinery since 1915. The museum is relatively new as it opened in 2018. There is more than 20K sq m of exhibition space and 13 halls - impressively huge space. The museum is located in King Abdullah II Park Al Muqabalain Street so it's not in the main tourist areas of Amman. You may need a driver/Careem to get you there as you may get lost in Amman traffic. We went on a national holiday so we didn't have to pay the entrance fee. Not sure how much it usually is. Highly recommend a visit to this little known gem!
    Written 11 April 2022
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  • Myo M
    Coquitlam, Canada20,968 contributions
    Among the "3 desert castles" visited, the "most enjoyable" was this one for its "most indoor space" with two levels and multiple rooms to enter especially on the 2nd level from which there's also a good view of the "inner courtyard" in the middle outdoor part of the Castle, and yes I did a "complete walk" around the Castle on the 2nd level (whereas the other two being Qusayr Amra with just a "cramped interior" & Qasr Al-Azraq with a sizeable interior but which is pretty much just an "empty outdoor" with only the peripheral parts along the walls to enter inside). Also, I would say this castle is the only one among the three with an actual outward appearance of a desert castle for its not-too-big but "sufficient size" and location in a desert (whereas Qusayr Amra being just a small one-storied building & Qasr Al-Azraq with its location not in a desert but in an urban area).

    Just about a 1.5-hour drive from Amman, this was the first castle visited followed by Amra (at just another 10-minute drive) & Al-Azraq (about a half-hour drive from Amra), all for about 55 JD to my hotel manager who was the driver (which yes was a pretty good deal for transportation to all 3 castles and back to Amman).
    Written 8 March 2022
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  • born2travelit
    Cesena, Italy16,056 contributions
    This is for sure one of the highlights in a visit of Amman in order to understand properly the ancient history of this amazing city.
    Located inside the Citadel and with a free entry, it's worth a visit
    Written 17 January 2022
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  • Ronald_jelle
    The Hague, The Netherlands2,635 contributions
    We went here,combined with the car museum as they are next to eachother and i must say it was really worth it!. This is ascience museum, for children, at it's best!. So many topics are explained very well, great examples and very interactive.

    My children of 5 and 6 loved it,but even older ones will have fun here. On anot so cold day children can spent a whole day here learning about the working of the body, wind, energy (solar), light and so much more.. there is stuff in and outside, so enough to and do.

    I didn't give it the max as not all was working, but other then that we had so much fun.

    If you have kids and you just wanr them to explore and have fun this is the place to be.
    Written 12 December 2019
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  • Hal E
    Phoenix, AZ17 contributions
    My wife and I had a wonderful experience visiting Carakale. The location is beautiful, a great place to have a pint or two or three. My beer program had mid-level ratings for the beer, but the changed brewers a couple years ago and I must say the 4 beers I tried were outstanding. They do give samples. Their IPA's are wonderful, my only disappointment is I cannot get the beer in the States, which I would if I had the opportunity. If you want a unique experience of visiting the only micro-brew in Jordan add this to your trip. Only a short distance outside Amman.
    Written 15 October 2021
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  • Lynne Azk-Pol
    1 contribution
    We turned to Naje to get the most authentic experience; and he delivered this and more!

    We were able to describe the experiences we were looking for native to Jordan and the Jordanian people, and Naje was able to tap into exactly what we needed see and experience.

    We learned about the city or Amman, took exiting and native drives to excellent restaurants, and experience food with Bedouins, and other cafe's and eateries. His tours for us included such interesting places that most don't know about in Jordan. In Petra he helped us make unusual accommodations to tour both via horse and via golf cart. He is able to assess well to what we needed, and it made our entire experience a most memorable one.

    Naje is also professional and trustworthy, and goes above an beyond. He even went out of his way to bring my husband a coat to use on our last day's tour as it was getting colder.

    We highly recommend, and can't wait to book more tours with Naje / Lilias Tours!
    Written 10 December 2019
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  • Ian S
    Hamilton, Canada4 contributions
    Dropped by during mid-day prayers to experience the culture and devotion of the people. Was able to remove my shoes and observe from an outer courtyard. Located in the busy downtown market area of Amman.
    Written 19 May 2022
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  • Aaav
    Amman, Jordan2 contributions
    ,, Nice shopping area, a huge variaty of restaurants , retail shops arr nice and there is a cinema and arcades
    Written 12 December 2021
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  • Assim H
    1 contribution
    It exceeded my expectations, suitable for adults and kids.. we all enjoyed it and I would highly recommend it for others. In fact, I would like to see more branches
    Written 3 July 2018
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