Royal Automobile Museum



The Royal Automobile Museum is also known as the King Hussein Car Museum. From the first moment you enter the Royal Automobile Museum, you will feel as if you have entered one of the time machines seen in science fiction films.


From the first moment you enter the Royal Automobile Museum, you will feel as if you have entered one of the time machines seen in science fiction films.

The Royal Automobile Museum which is also known as the King Hussein Car Museum is located in Al-Hussein Gardens, west of Amman, specifically on the Medical City Street, and contains inside it more than 100 cars and motorcycles, each of which tells a historical story that passed through it earlier during the reign of Hussein, which extended to 47 years, and is still recorded until Now these sights are historical through cars.

It is also the only one of its kind in the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, where the cars of the royal family are displayed, and it is considered one of the most beautiful tourist places in Amman and the whole of Jordan.

The Royal Jordanian Automobile Museum was established by order of King Abdullah II in honor of his father, King Hussein bin Talal, and it was officially opened in late 2003 AD in a grand ceremony attended by the King, senior state figures, and some ambassadors of the countries.

Highlights of the cars at the Royal Automobile Museum.

The Royal Automobile Museum includes many other wonderful models in their original condition as well, most notably the 1952 Lincoln Capri, which witnessed the coronation ceremony of the late King Hussein in 1953.

You'll also find a 1956 Cadillac Fleetwood that was presented as a gift to the King of Jordan by the then President of the United States of America, Dwight David Eisenhower.

In addition to the Benz 600 model from the prestigious German company Mercedes, which dates back to 1975 models, which was the last car that King Hussein relied on upon after his return to Jordan after his treatment trip at the Mayo Clinic in 1999.

 At the Royal Automobile Museum of Jordan to you will also find a super sports car from Aston Martin model 1952, which was the first sports car owned by King Hussein in his youth in London, before returning to Jordan for his coronation ceremony as King of the country. During your tour of the Royal Automobile Museum, you will find a Benz 300L model from the German company Mercedes Model 1955, which is the same car that the King won during the pomegranate uphill climb race that was held in the same year 1955, and the Royal Automobile Museum contains rare bikes, one of which dates back to the century nineteenth.

The planes are also in the Royal Automobile Museum.

Among the wonderful vehicles in the Royal Automobile Museum is the DE Haviland plane, which was a witness to King Hussein's lessons and training in piloting aircraft.

And he increased his love for her while he was driving her and he was subjected to an assassination attempt in 1958, but he miraculously escaped from it.