Royal Automobile Museum between past and present

Royal Automobile Museum between past and present
Museum site:

The Royal Automobile Museum is connected to the past and present. In the Medina Medical City, in the Hussein Gardens in particular, the third most important historical and tourist site in Jordan (after the mythical city of Petra and the bustling city of Columns), which was inaugurated in 2003 to commemorate the late King Hussein Bin Talal – may God have mercy on him -. Main mission of the museum: The Royal Automobile Museum highlights King Hussein’s interest in cars, history and diaries. He has all the cars he has used on all official and private occasions, including classic cars and cars from various international companies such as Cadillac, Nissan, BMW and Jaguar.

 

Royal Automobile Museum and Political History of Jordan

It is amazing that the Royal Automobile Museum combines past and present. Your visit to this place is an opportunity to read the history of Jordan and its kings through the cars displayed in the museum and the important events that have been used to reflect the history of Jordan since King Abdullah’s reign until the reign of His Majesty King Abdullah II , Thus highlighting the importance of historical and cultural place.

In addition, the museum has recently contained many cars and bicycles that were not owned or used by one of the kings of Jordan,
“Bugatti” and other rare cars, in addition to the bicycle of the ninth century The museum also contains many cars dedicated to the Hashemite family – the royal family.

The Museum’s Most Important Items: Do not miss the sight of the Royal Automobile Museum between the past and the present. If the cars had a tongue to talk about the achievements of King Rahal-Hossain Ben Talal and the ruling family from the past to the present, the museum contains many cars that make their mark on the past with its honorable achievements. The most important of these cars:  The Lincoln Cabri (1952) was used by His Majesty King Hussein during his time in England and was also used in a ceremony in May 1953.

When we say the mother of the guests, the Mabroukha, you will think that we are talking about the female characters who spent her life serving others, but you made a mistake. This title is called the Lincoln Beige 1961, which reveals a long history since I entered Jordan the same year Which was made in it, and was used on special occasions such as the opening of the Parliament, the reception of political figures from the visitors of Jordan, and in various royal weddings, and was present at the legendary ceremony – the wedding of King Abdullah to Queen Rania in 1993 – and the coronation of His Majesty King Abdullah II On the throne in 1999.

Museum Features:

In its classical scene, the museum has a lot of history in Jordan, where many stories and details from the past, from the life of the founding King Abdullah I and the achievements of the Hashemite’s to the present, are told.

Once you enter the scene of the Royal Automobile Museum between the past and the present, Small and large events are many classic cars.

The museum has a wing similar to the street of Salt in the center of the country embodying it, the visitor will think that it is in the same place and in the same area, and the pleasure that the features are still standing to this time.

Would you like to see Amman re-create? The Royal Automobile Museum between the past and the present is your first and last chance to experience this experience. You will be stolen to see the pictures of Amman spread on the walls of the entrance to the museum when it was just a small “estate” with its narrow alleys and a few scattered houses here and there. It is this small village, and now it has become a crowded city.

Garden Museum:

In the center of the garden of His Majesty King Hussein Bin Talal in the courtyard of the museum, there is a 1947 De Havilland Dove used by King Abdullah I to travel between Amman and East Jerusalem.

** The ticket to the The Royal Automobile Museum is JD 1 for Jordanians and JD 3 for non-Jordanians.

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