What to do with Kids in Amman – Part II

You might have seen my first post about Where to go with kids in Amman. Apparently, I really hit the bull’s eye with that post as many readers seem to enjoy it. So, since a while, I have been thinking about part II. However, I wanted to include some really interesting and useful tips and not just a boring follow up. Some places are for the whole family, so parents can enjoy their time, too, not just the kids. Not everything is in Amman but you might go a bit outside of the city for more adventures. So if you want to have a nice dinner with your family, go horse riding, climbing or look for a nice soft play area, read on.

See the updated map for precise locations on Google maps, also at the end of this article. Please keep in mind that our kids are still little and I am sure there might be other activities more suitable for older kids. Last but not least, there will be a third part… So stay tuned


 

 

 

 

 


Last but not least, check out some events occurring in the city especially in summer, so you might have some more options for outdoor activities and also more affordable activities. Also, just explore nature, the sights and take your kids with you.

 

 

 

The map

7 Replies to “What to do with Kids in Amman – Part II”

  1. Thanks for this post very useful. I’m moving to Amman with my family in Feb 2019. How are the schools there. What is your recommendation?

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    1. Dear Romana, my kids are not in school age, yet, so I don’t have any first hand experience with this. I recommend checking the expat Facebook groups regarding this issue.

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  2. These are all great! We have visited Amman a few times and have been to a few of these places, but I am always looking for more! I would love info on which riding stable to take my kids to since I dont speak arabic. My 5 year old loves horses (and donkeys but we do not plan to visit Petra again, or Dana or Feynan where I have run into donkeys)

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    1. Hi Lindsay, well there is the Arabian Horse Club mentioned above and there is another one on airport road called Alasayel Equestrian Club. I think you can do manage with English and just ask them if your kids can ride for some minutes or half an hour.

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