The Hashemite Plaza

Park in Amman

Updated: March 14, 2024 08:50 AM

The Hashemite Plaza is located in Amman (Capital of Jordan), Jordan. It's address is Al-Hashemi St. 97, Amman, Jordan.

Al-Hashemi St. 97, Amman, Jordan

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Check Time Table for The Hashemite Plaza

Monday7 AM to 10 PM
Tuesday7 AM to 10 PM
Wednesday7 AM to 10 PM
Thursday7 AM to 10 PM
Friday7 AM to 10 PM
Saturday7 AM to 10 PM
Sunday7 AM to 10 PM

Questions & Answers

Where is The Hashemite Plaza?

The Hashemite Plaza is located at: Al-Hashemi St. 97, Amman, Jordan.

What are the coordinates of The Hashemite Plaza?

Coordinates: 31.9522067, 35.9391666

The Hashemite Plaza Reviews

Russ Lacuata
2023-10-12 20:06:23 GMT

A large square dominated by the impressive Roman Theater. A place where locals come to see and be seen. The Roman Theater is impressive during the early evening.

Tarek 3i7
2023-10-20 15:26:01 GMT

Hashemite Plaza in Amman, Jordan is a must-visit destination. This vibrant public space captures the essence of the city, with its bustling atmosphere, beautiful design, and cultural significance. It's the perfect place to experience the local culture, enjoy delicious cuisine, and immerse yourself in the lively street life. Don't miss out on the opportunity to explore this captivating plaza in the heart of Amman.

Rahul Baxi
2023-09-20 14:47:54 GMT

We were going to skip this but thankfully we went. Amazing views. The museum made me smile, I'll let you decide.

Vijay devara
2023-04-27 23:05:18 GMT

What’s a beautiful place it is.
The views are fantastic from the top, you can actually see the Amman Citadel from here. There is a point in center from where you can listen the echos. Jordan pass is included so you don’t have to pay. One of the must visit place in Amman Downtown. The rainbow street and the market street is very close by so that you can walk.

Hassan Mouelhi
2023-12-27 20:27:35 GMT

Nice historic place with an overview on Amman old city center.

Nabil Alhadithy
2023-06-15 21:58:17 GMT

More appropriate to call this the Roman Amphitheater. There is a tiny museum that has Arab artifacts of interest.
Very steep stairs polished by millennia of shoes.
Photos show musical performance set up for royal wedding.

K M (Babygirltoo)
2023-09-21 12:21:31 GMT

I really enjoyed learning about the history of the Ronan theater and its purpose. The views are amazing, and craftsmanship is very detailed

2023-06-02 10:55:00 GMT

It has two museums. Its filled with adults although I think they should take kids here for excursions. It's very educational.

Ahmad Alomari
2023-12-30 17:42:21 GMT

Such a good place to visit and enjoy

Damian Bonner
2023-12-03 19:57:24 GMT

Cool place to sit in the early evening and watch the locals. Loved one guy shared sunflower seeds with us and chatted a bit, before saying his prayers under a tree. Played wee bit of football with the kids. Lovely open public space

Magaly Flores
2023-11-26 11:53:10 GMT

A beautiful place and it has a museum you can enjoy a lot

Ali Baba
2023-01-31 08:24:45 GMT

It was built between 138CE and 161CE, during the reign of Antoninus Pius. It was designed to keep the sun off spectators, and seat up to 6,000 people. It was later restored to its glory around 1950's by the royal family. ....ALL ARE WELCOME ... bring someone to remember the memories ...

2023-11-12 16:58:45 GMT

Nice place for relax. Very close restaurants and street food.

Trond Skattenborg
2022-12-27 16:52:59 GMT

The Hashemite Plaza is a restored square with several old monuments attached; you have the Roman coloumns, the Roman Theathre, the Odeon and the Nymphaeum flanking the big plaza. Always a lot of peple playing and trying to sell stuff. As a tourist you will be targeted by the touts, of course, but don’t be discouraged, it’s also a lot more of normal Jordanians that are eager to test out their English… and they all are pretty good at it. I experienced that they helped me getting the touts away in exchange of talking English and taking photos with them. They got me tea and we played some soccer and exchanged Snap-addresses. Absolutely worth a visit or two. Keep in mind entrances to the Roman Theatre and Odeon is included in the Jordan Pass should you have that.

S Du
2023-10-03 15:42:47 GMT

A nice place to visit to get to see the Roman architecture.

orlando nel
2023-10-03 09:43:48 GMT

Just spending a few minute stop by before heading to airport..... this place was really a good place to hanging out...

Ibrahim Itani
2023-07-20 22:39:10 GMT

Great place very historical in the heart of the old country in Jordan Great experience

Yudhishtir j
2023-05-09 12:09:09 GMT

Takes you back centuries . You can feel the crowd cheering for the gladiator when you take a position in the theater. The modern plaza has been well developed . Loved the atmosphere .

2023-06-09 00:47:14 GMT

The Roman Amphitheater in the heart of Amman is a majestic example of ancient craftsmanship and architecture. The amphitheater is incredibly well-preserved, with all its grandeur and splendor on display. The sheer size of the amphitheater is staggering, with over 6,000 seats arranged in a perfect semicircle. The amphitheater was originally built during the Roman Empire and has since been restored to its former glory. Walking into the amphitheater is like stepping back in time to an era of gladiators and epic battles. You can almost hear the roar of the crowds and the clashing of swords. It's an awe-inspiring sight that is sure to leave a lasting impression.

Harvey Trop
2022-06-03 06:29:21 GMT

Also known as the Amman Roman Theater, these remnants from the time when Amman was one of the cities of the Decapolis, and called Philadelphia, are well worth a visit. The theater was very big, capable of seating 7000 people at a time, and is in very good condition. There are VIP seats in front. In addition, there's a much smaller theater off to the side, that only seated ~300, and was likely used to conduct gov't business. On each side if the main stage of the larger space are two nice museums. One has amazing mosaic fragments from the Byzantine era.

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Capital of Jordan

Amman is the capital and the largest city of Jordan, and the country's economic, political, and cultural center. With a population of 4,061,150 as of 2021, Amman is Jordan's primate city and is the largest city in the Levant region, the fifth-largest city in the Arab world, and the tenth-largest metropolitan area in the Middle East. source

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