The Royal Automobile Museum was built to honor the majesty King Abdullah II who wished to pay a tribute to his father King Hussein’s life and his interest in cars. King Hussein’s idea about the car was not its technical qualities or designs, but the understanding of the interior of the car and how comfortable a driver is with the car’s structure.
The collection of the automobile includes over 70 different classical cars each representing the history of it how it was drove and what it look like. The collection of automobiles includes cars and motorcycles. The cars are dated from 1886 Mercedes Benz, 1915 Rolls Royce, 1916 Cadillac, 1936 Cord, 1940 Buick and Packard, 1946 Humber, 1947 Lincoln, 1948 Buick, 1949 Chrysler, 1952 Aston Martin, 1991 BMW, and with the latest 2005 Porsche. All of the cars are in chronological order the shows from how the cars’ technology and designed changed over the years. The motorcycle collection include 1909 Fabrique National, 1917 Harley Davidson, 1928 India, 1930 Ariel, 1951 BMW, 1952 Truimph, 1957 BSA, 1986 Yamaha, and 2004 Honda.
The museum is open every day from 10am to 7pm except Tuesdays. Every tourist’s trip is incomplete without visiting the Royal Automobile Museum that has an enormous display of classical cars from Royal Times family.