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The Royal Automobile Museum:

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Imagea gallery of classic and modern cars that were once owned and used by the Royal Family.

Fees: 1 JD (residents), 3JD (tourists)
Hours: Daily, except Tuesday closed. 10 am - 7 pm except Friday, till 9 pm in summer.
Address: King Hussein Park
Tel: +962 6 541 1392
 

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