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Luxor Museum and a Walk in the Souk

Luxor Museum and a Walk in the Souk

By Oxen of Egypt Tours
About
This tour can be for less price if the number of travelers is 2 or more . Luxor museum holds some of the finest collections of Egypt's sculpture in the world . it is a perfect place to spend a relaxing and rewarding one or two hours . Hundreds of object are on display , and most of them belonged to the New Kingdom time .
from
$55.00
per adult (price varies by group size)
Lowest price guaranteeReserve now & pay laterFree cancellation

Ages 0-50
Duration: 2h
Start time: Check availability
Mobile ticket
Live guide: English, French, Dutch
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  • A tour guide in the language mentioned .
  • Air-conditioned vehicle
  • Bottled water
  • Snacks
What's not included
  • Tickets of the mentioned sites are Not Included .
  • Extra sites and meals are Not Included .
  • Gratuities
  • Entry/Admission - Luxor Museum
  • Entry/Admission - Luxor


Start:Multiple pickup locations offered.
  • 17 Kornish Al Nile, Luxor City, Luxor, Luxor Governorate 1362404, Egypt
    After the confirmation we contact our travelers and if there is no a certain location we meet them at a starting point .
Pickup details
  • We pick all our travelers up from their hotel , airport , train or bus station . Once they confirm their booking with us we contact them via phone . Travelers can add their own location but it has to be within Luxor city , hotels on east and west banks of Luxor city .
Hotel pickup offered
During checkout you will be able to select from the list of included hotels.
    Airport pickup offered
    During checkout you will be able to select from the list of included airports.
    • Luxor Airport, Luxor Egypt
    • Luxor International Airport, Luxor, Luxor Governorate 85955, Egypt
    End:This activity ends back at the meeting point.

      • Infants must sit on laps
      • Near public transportation
      • Stroller accessible
      • Wheelchair accessible
      If you have questions about accessibility, we’d be happy to help. Just call the number below and reference the product code: 159655P12

      • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
      • Most travelers can participate
      • Infant seats unavailable
      • Not suitable for pets
      • Not wheelchair accessible
      • Tickets of the sites are Not included in the prices mentioned . Every traveler will have to buy his / her own ticket from the tickets office near by the site . The tour guide will help if needed .
      • We contact our travelers via email or phone once the request is confirmed . we meet them at a starting point and this can be an airport , a hotel , train , or bus station .
      • Wheelchair accessible
      • This is a private tour/activity. Only your group will participate

      • For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.

      Which attractions will I visit with Luxor Museum and a Walk in the Souk?
      During this experience, places you will visit include:Discover and book Luxor Museum and a Walk in the Souk on Tripadvisor
      How much is Luxor Museum and a Walk in the Souk?
      Luxor Museum and a Walk in the Souk price starts from $55.00. Discover and book Luxor Museum and a Walk in the Souk on Tripadvisor
      What is the Luxor Museum and a Walk in the Souk cancellation policy?
      Luxor Museum and a Walk in the Souk cancellation policy: For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience. Discover and book Luxor Museum and a Walk in the Souk on Tripadvisor
      Which company provides Luxor Museum and a Walk in the Souk?
      Luxor Museum and a Walk in the Souk is hosted by Oxen of Egypt Tours. Read reviews, discover additonal experiences or contact Oxen of Egypt Tours on Tripadvisor. Discover and book Luxor Museum and a Walk in the Souk on Tripadvisor

      If you have questions about this tour or need help making your booking, we’d be happy to help. Just call the number below and reference the product code: 159655P12

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      Itinerary
      • You'll start at
        17 Kornish Al Nile
        Or, you can also get picked up
        See departure details
      • 1
        Luxor Museum
        Stop: 60 minutes - Admission excluded
        See details
      • 2
        Luxor Fruit and Vegetable Market
        Stop: 60 minutes - Admission excluded
        See details
      • You'll return to the starting point
      About the operator
      Don’t take it from us – here’s what people have to say about this operator:
      • Oxen of Egypt Tours
        116
        Luxor, Egypt
        Joined in May 2019
      • Marmoura_12
        0 contributions
        5.0 of 5 bubbles
        A place worth visiting 👍
        Very elegant well maintained place with needed services and very cooperative stuff. The museum is an experience you must have in Egypt, you’ll see something that’s not in any place elsewhere. The mummies partition is really majestic. The space design is matching the monuments inside in a complete harmony to help you enjoy each step of your trip. The space is not too huge to make you feel tired yet not too small to be meaningless, just perfect. I’m really project of this place in Egypt. The only downside that it needs more cafes or restaurants specially around the lake.
        Written April 10, 2024
      • G9218ZCadamw
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        5.0 of 5 bubbles
        Royal mummies!
        Beautiful and modern museum. The Royal Mummies exhibit is well done. No pictures allowed of the mummies. The rest of the museum has a few nice pieces. Not very large but well worth seeing.
        Written March 10, 2024
      • andr_der
        0 contributions
        5.0 of 5 bubbles
        Great museum
        Magnificent new museum, a must do when you are here. It has a beautifull collection of the old days but also of the newer days. And a unique collection of Royal Mummies, you must see.
        Written February 16, 2024
      • Cornwallgurl
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        3.0 of 5 bubbles
        Caught between two stools
        I have wanted to see the Tutankhamen treasures since I was 13 and have managed to miss the two London exhibitions owing to force majeure! I was well aware of the ongoing delays in the opening of the Grand New Egyptian Museum, to which many artefacts have already been moved. I had hoped that the latest opening prediction (Jan 24) would enable me to visit the new one during my recent trip, but no. It now looks like much later this year, but so many predicted openings have come and gone, that I wouldn't hold your breath. Naturally, all the money (as well as many exhibits) has been directed at the new site. Which leaves a splendid old building in a bit of a dire state, with dust everywhere, a shocking lack of labels for many of the remaining exhibits, no printed floor plans, no directed lighting and a very old-fashioned feel. Obviously, packing crates, piles of boxes and so on are to be expected, but the general lack of labelling and directions was disappointing. There are still numerous astonishing items, but their jumbled presentation does not do them justice. Cleverly, just enough of the blingiest bits of the Tutankhamen treasure have been retained here to justify the admission price (not that steep, but rather more than the state of the rest of the museum justifies). The chariots, beds, personal items and one of the tomb guardians have gone, but the modern, well lit and labelled section for the amazing gold (with photography banned, presumably to encourage you to buy a book) is effective. It also shows up the rest of the museum. You were allowed to photograph the tomb guardian, Anubis, canopic casket, throne and the few other remaining large items, but their old glass cases meant heavy reflection and poor images. So visitors to Cairo are currently rather between a rock and a hard place. But nothing can deflect from the breathtaking splendour of the gold sarcophagus, death mask and jewellery.
        Written January 31, 2024
      • normanye1
        0 contributions
        5.0 of 5 bubbles
        Wonderful visit with the best tour guide
        Excellent tour guide that is friendly and knowledgeable, better than others we had in Egypt Samar showed us around Luxor (Kings Valley, Queens Valley, Karnak Temple) and has been giving us very helpful information on the history, religion, culture of Egypt, better than all other guides we had in Egypt
        Written December 31, 2023
      • hamadam662
        0 contributions
        5.0 of 5 bubbles
        Wonderfully
        Samar is she wonderful guide and l love her . She about to me the best in a this field ( tourism ) ❤️ in hopes she achieves all the her wishes
        Written December 1, 2023
      • ThaferG
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        2.0 of 5 bubbles
        Disappointment of the Egyptian Museum
        The museum houses exquisite artifacts from ancient Egypt, but it was poorly presented, in a state of disrepair, and disrupted by loud tour guides. This collection showcases some of humanity's most stunning discoveries, yet I left thoroughly disheartened by the broken cabinets, dustcovered pieces, and the absence of informational labels.
        Written October 11, 2023
      • browncondo2102
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        4.0 of 5 bubbles
        Konoux Egyptian replica treasures
        This is a newer museum that reflects the various cultural aspects of Egypt’s rich history through adopting aesthetically and technologically advanced methods. It was not as crowded as I had expected it to be. Lots of great items.
        Written October 3, 2023
      • Dewit197
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        5.0 of 5 bubbles
        Wonderful
        What a wonderful 2 days in Luxor with this amazing guide. Samur was very knowledgeable and also very patient with all our questions. Excellent English made a huge difference. I highly recommend Samur for an all round good experience.
        Written September 30, 2023
      • agb12
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        4.0 of 5 bubbles
        The real deal
        This museum is worth going to. You could spend a few days here and still not see it all. Be careful paying for a ticket - we asked for two, paid on card and had been charged for three. Lots of "tour guides" around the ticket booth eager to help. No air conditioning in the building..You exit via the gift shop into an outdoor area with cafes. It's a one way deal. Security scanners into and out of building. Tonnes of tourists there.
        Written September 22, 2023
      • danielaaP9194MY
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        5.0 of 5 bubbles
        Great guide with an impecable English.
        Wonderful guide Samar with an impecable English, all the needed information and a sweet maner. Really enjoyed our time with her.
        Written September 8, 2023
      • sinah325
        0 contributions
        5.0 of 5 bubbles
        super interesting tour!!
        It was absolutely amazing! totally worth having a guide, so many informations!!🤩 our guide samar did a perfect job! she knows everything about luxor and egyptian history!! she was very flexible and made the best out of our short stay! highly recommendet!! 🙏
        Written August 29, 2023
      • newflyer
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        5.0 of 5 bubbles
        Great new museum to see
        I was in Egypt 9 years ago and this museum was not here. What a great place. So much to see, including the mummy exhibit on the bottom floor. It was a shame my guide could not come with me to this part of the museum, I am sure she could have shed so much light on what I was seeing vs. just reading about them. There were various places to see everything from those mummies to clothing worn by various ages to excellent tools under glass. The museum was very crowded when I went but it had a big airy feeling to it vs. the claustrophobic feeling you get from so many other museums so I did not feel rushed or overwhelmed by other tourists. There was only a few times when there was a group in front of something and I could not get close enough to see it. Give yourself 2 hours at least to see everything. The area outside the museum is very pretty and you would never know you were in a major city like Cairo.
        Written August 8, 2023
      • Marf13669
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        5.0 of 5 bubbles
        This museum cannot be compared to any other in the world
        The collection in the Cairo Egyptian Museum is so voluminous in quantity and of quality in depth. The pictures here are only a small capture of what exists. There was so much to see and absorb, that it's almost beyond comprehension.
        Written June 30, 2023
      • 47allanw
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        3.0 of 5 bubbles
        Worth visiting, be prepared
        The museum is worth visiting. Lots to see, things Americans cannot image the age of. Given that it is the NATIONAL museum, I was appalled at the state of the restroom. Absolutely filthy. Stuff your pockets with toilet paper before you leave your hotel and hike up your pant legs while walking in the stalls. No soap nor paper towels so sanitizer by the pint is a good idea. Enjoy the museum. Only use the restroom if you must. Real mummies and we saw King Tut’s display.
        Written June 14, 2023
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