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All reviews civil war ancient artifacts three floors rich history gift shop on display different eras impressive collection audio guide two floors couple of hours two hours worth a visit entrance fee beautiful building phoenician exhibits
One of those things to do in a new city. It is better if you go to Byblos and get knowledge before a visit here. No guides at museum or informative films there, maybe it was time of year.
It was such a wet and...More
If you’re into history and museums, this is definitely a place to visit during your stay in Beirut. The National Museum of Beirut holds artifacts and ruins of Lebanon’s vast history, which makes your feel like you’re in a museum in Italy or Egypt even....More
One enjoys every corner and detail in this "magestic" archeological museum. Luckily, it survived the Lebanese civil. war,It contains an enormous variety of statues, mummies, vessels, utensils, jewelry and several decorated sarcophagus from the Phoenician age in addition to other relics and artifacts dating from...More
I'm usually not a big museum person but since it was raining, we thought we'd spend an hour in here. Turns out we were there for 2 hours! The history of Lebannon is incredible, and it's all on display here at this museum. Definitely worth...More
*****4 Days Hotel stay in Beirut + 4 Days Hotel Stay in Byblos******* NB: -I only mentionned names of sites. -Details of attractions can be found on Tripadvisor. Beirut can be split over two days. Day 1: Beirut -Breakfast at Zaytuna Bay. -Visit Downtown Beirut: *The Roman Baths (behind the Serail) *The clock Tower *St Georges Orthodox Cathedral (make sure to check the museum underground!!! It's breathtaking) *Take a look at The garden of Forgiveness on your way to Mohammad...More