In 1980 the Royal Society of Fine Arts founded the Jordan National Gallery of Fine Arts, which is the region’s leading art museum.
Its collection comprises over 2,800 works, that of which include drawings, paintings, sculptures, ceramics, video art, installations, graphic art, and photography, by artists from the Arab and developing worlds: mainly Asia, Africa, Europe, Latin America, and Australia.
The Hijaz Railway is a narrow railway, linking Damascus and Medina.
The first public automotive museum in the Arab region.
The Archaeology Museum was established in 1962, the same year which the University of Jordan was established. Since its founding, the museum has been continuously expanding its collection.