The first public automotive museum in the Arab region, inaugurated by His Majesty King Abdullah II in 2003, it serves as a tribute to the late King Hussein while showcasing part of Jordan's history. The museum displays 80 of the late King's cars and motorcycles, some dating back to 1909.
Standing in pristine condition, each vehicle tells a unique story along the late King's life timeline. Together they highlight the 47-year reign of King Hussein, and the history of the Kingdom from the era of His Majesty King Abdullah I, in early 1920, through the era of His Majesty King Abdullah II today.
The Hijaz Railway is a narrow railway, linking Damascus and Medina.
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.
The Central Bank of Jordan has been aware of the significance of having a coinage and numismatics museum to exhibit the various coins that were circulated in the Jordanian territory throughout history.