Located in an historic neighbourhood that forms part of the city’s urban regeneration plan, the Nabad villa is ideally situated near other culture and heritage landmarks, such as Wild Jordan (RSCN), the Jordan River Foundation and the Royal Film Commission. The 1930s residence has been specifically adapted for re-use as an art gallery, with emphasis on the preservation of the original period features. The simplicity of the interior focuses attention on the art and lends flexibility to its display. The typical period balcony affords magnificent views of the bustling downtown, Jabal al-Qal`a (the Citadel) and the old, tightly-knit neighbourhoods of Jabal al-Luweibdeh. A small front garden with citrus trees is a charming introduction to Nabad's peaceful ambience.