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Most of the reviews of this museum are by people who were visiting the Egyptian Museum. King Tut - Egyptian Museum. Mummies- Egyptian Museum. Most of the photos are of The Egyptian Museum. Photo of the hours and prices for the Egyptian Museum, you guessed...More
We spent hours wandering the museum. There were lots to look at; however, the museum wasn’t very well organized. Most of the artifacts and displays did not have explanations which is a shame. The King Tut display is amazing, as well as the mummies.
One of our favorite stops as the museum puts together some best exhibits. Today the exhibits included the Tomb of Christ and another on the Titanic. NatGeo’s use of 3D, Virtual Reality and other multimedia tools puts you onsite during the Tomb’s restoration like no...More
Do check opening times on their website as Thursdays and Sundays have slightly different opening hours. Something that it isn’t mentioned anywhere is that evening entrance tickets are more expensive than day tickets (or that is what made us believe) as we got charged 180EGP...More
This was my first visit to Egypt, and so the museum was a must. The entry fee was 120 LE about $7 USD. As many have suggested, get a tour guide. I hired a guide from near the ticket booths. I was concerned that he...More
Amazing pieces on display but hardly any information. There is so much to see it can be dizzying, I would highly suggest a guide.
Down fall is that a lot of the artifacts aren't contained and everyone touches them, feel like this is ruining the...More
It might be the Egyptian standard to maintain in such standards.
Be aware of the tour guides near the entrance! They took the tourists for granted and arguing with you for business.
We have visited today as a family of four. There was...More
We went there in June 2012. Around the complex we found the cordon of army, a museum and access was furter secured with barbed wire, because of the political situation in the country.
We got headphones on where we could hear the guide and clearly...More