best place in LEBANON i enjoy my time good service kind people serviced me any one visit that place see the hostiry of LEBANON
Well, despite the trouble to find parking lots near by and the traffic it self, this Museum is not amazing... But still you should take a time to visit it. Many romans scultures and objects, some statues, ancient tools and a history of lebanon.
Do something most Beirutis have not - visit the National Museum. It's small but perfectly formed, containing unique treasures from the cradle of civilisation. Their story of survival runs right up until the 1970s Civil War. Small, simply laid out, but very impressive and informative, in several languages. It is enjoyably quiet. Good restaurant on the ground floor of building... More
please note that the number of the national museum in beirut written in your page is wrong. We tried to us ethe number many times and it is not correct. It is a private number and we are disturbing people when we call. I propose to change it as soon as possible.
I love this museum! Our tour guide showed us how ancient artifacts were conserved even after Lebanon was going through war and I thought that was the most interesting and honest part of my tour!
What's good in it is that it represents all the cultures of the populations that lived in Lebanon, which are various, and which is the best thing in Lebanon
The museum had some interesting pieces and was beautifully laid out. It set out brilliantly the history of Lebanon and the influences from the various civilisations. However, I would have liked to see a little more about more recent customs, beliefs and culture. I felt that the museum didn't go far enough.
National Museum of Beirut is a great chance to understand more about Lebanon`s influence along centuries and periods.They provide a variety of artifacts discovered in different places of Lebanon ,from the Ancient Phoenician`s culture to Helenistic & Roman Period and Arabic Influence.My only amend will be that they didn`t have a brochure in English,neither french...only Arabic..so in what language will... More
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