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This famous museum houses the world’s largest collection of ancient Egyption artifacts (more than 120,000 items on display) featuring the famous Tutankhamun collection with its beautiful gold death mask and sarcophagus and the royal Mummy room...more
Midan El Tahrir | Geographical Society Building, Cairo 11511, Egypt
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This place is a dark and dusty mess of a storage room of priceless pieces. It is as if the curator wanted to replicate the Chambers of the Tombs of the Kings and just piled pieces on top of pieces without much thought to how...More
Nothing in any books can prepare you for this. Be prepared NO PHOTOS of death mask or a few other things. Some people deaf and blind. Guards made them delete their shots. They are magnificent beyond all expectations. Mummy room interesting.
This is one of the places you must visit when you in Cairo.
Unfortunately it’s about to change location , but we had the chance to visit before the change.
Mystic atmosphere inside, we had an Italian guide helping us to Better understand all the...More
If you are in Cairo, you have to visit the museum. It contains so many ancient relics but most importantly, the 2nd floor has the Mummy of Ramses 2nd and the treasures of Tuttankhamun. The museum is old though and lacks air conditioning. Make sure...More
You cannot visit Cairo without visiting this museum. It is huge, and full of artifact after artifact from many different time periods. The mummy rooms are entertaining, and it's surprising how well preserved they are.
This museum is a must visit to anyone visiting Cairo. It is historic and many of the treasures of the antiquities.
However on our visit they are in the process of moving most of these to the new spectacular museum in Giza so lots of...More
Well worth the visit! I visited as part of tour - eygpt day tours. Arrived at 0845 and managed to get straight through security and ready for when it opened at 9am.
There are lots of artefacts so suggest you take a guide as they...More
What ever you will see in the museum , guess what we have enough antiquities to fill up 10 times the size of the down town museum, hope you visit when the new museum opens.
If it has multiple passes for 2 days or 3...More