Many of the interesting places in Amman are located on steep streets that are difficult to find and walk to. This is one of them. Once you find your way here, it seems like an oasis. It is pread out in many small buildings over many tiers with many interconnected rooms. They are mainly galleries for different forms of art.... 更多
Walked past without knowing. The entrance to the cafe is half way up the steps. Have added photos to help locate it. The cafe is a great place to relax with stunning views over Amman. The collection of art is eclectic.
This is truly a hidden cultural gem in Weibdeh! A series of old conserved houses, some of which were dwelled by ottoman and British personnels. Free entry, some rooms constantly used for Art exhibitions, another for an exhibition about the life of Khaled Shoman, and very beautiful views and old Arab gardens and fountains. The big shock is a stunning... 更多
As a location I find Darat al Funun fascinating, not only does it hold a number of early 1900's houses but also is home to a late roman temple turned church turned shrine. The upper area/ house has a lovely little covered area with a fountain were you can take tea and enjoy the atmosphere- artists and musicians usually visit-... 更多
Darat al Funun is a small museum that is focused on Arab contemporary art and is situated in a former residential housing compound in Jebel al Luweibdeh. It also contains a very nice shaded garden with a fountain and a minimalist cafe. It's great to visit anytime if you just want to chill out and drink coffee, but if you... 更多
Very hard to find! This was on our to-do list, with another one close by apparently undergoing renovations. Halfway down a long, steep flight of stairs an open door in the wall led into a shady space with some tables - no sign at the door, no-one to answer our queries. A children's creative workshop was taking place, so we... 更多
this is the place where you can see the history of Amman whihc start from hundreds years by Ottoman time and the best arts they did in there homes you can see the pasha homes and collects
This place contains contemporary Jordanian/Palestine art. Has small but decent collection. The views of the city from its small roman gardens with mini fountains is amazing. Good place to visit in the afternoon, sip tea and read a book. Seems that it is frequented by expats a lot.