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More than 1800 archaeological pieces are exhibited chronologically from one floor to the next: the basement is devoted to Prehistoric and Pharonic times; first floor to the Graeco-Roman period; second floor to the Coptic and Islamic era that...more
110 El Horreya Rd. Raml Station, Alexandria 21599, Egypt
+20 3 4835519
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Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

Chronologically laid out displays on three floors in a building that in itself is a small gem. Originally owned by a successful timber merchant, then the US embassy now owned by the state this is worth seeing just for the the building alone. Inside well...More

Thank Patrick L
Reviewed June 9, 2018

A good selection of exhibits covering all ages of Egypt. Well displayed will descriptions in Arabic and English. A nice place to spend an hour or so.

Thank 589MichaelP
Reviewed May 29, 2018 via mobile

This museum housed in an old villa is well worth a visit. It showcases items from the entire range of egyptian history; from the pharaohnic in the basement to the coptic and Islamic eras on the upper floor. For the best experience start in the...More

1  Thank EgyptianGoddess
Reviewed May 16, 2018

I thought that this museum did a very good job of telling the story of Egypt from the time of the pharaohs, thru the Roman/Grecian occupation, to modern times. Nicely set on three floors, be sure to check out the tomb in the basement!

Reviewed April 19, 2018 via mobile

I agree with the reviewer who said it’s a smaller scale Cairo Museum. If you don’t know much about the history of Alexandria, it’s an interesting stop, and I recommend it. It’s not crowded, so you have plenty of room to move around even though...More

1  Thank sylviaroland
Reviewed April 8, 2018 via mobile

This place has many of the same type of things as the Egyptian Museum in a much smaller scale. Unlike the Egyptian Museum, this place has proper lighting and English descriptions of all items. Where the Egyptian Museum is still in the 1920’s, this place...More

2  Thank John G
Reviewed March 13, 2018

Set up to give cruise passengers a digestible introduction into ancient Egypt, the Greco/Roman period, the Christian era, Islam and the more recent colonial period. Very well organised. Alas the cruise ships are not currently calling, but the doors of the museum are open. Highly...More

1  Thank Stephen G
Reviewed March 5, 2018

Nice small museum in an old villa. Somewhat eclectic presentation. Some very interesting exotic pieces of sculpture and mosaics from all over Egypt, not just origins from Alexandria. Clean, safe environment. I'm glad we visited, but I would not rate this as a must see...More

Thank johnbarbaram2016
Reviewed February 24, 2018

Excellent place to learn about the influence of other cultures in Alexandria. This museum is divided into three main halls: Ancient Egyptian, Coptic - Christians - , and the Muslim world. Consequently, each hall would explain the visitor the influence this city underwent under those...More

Thank Javier A
Reviewed February 23, 2018 via mobile

Sadly I didn’t pay the extra £E40 for photos here, but sometimes I like to look without the distraction of snapping photos. The villa itself is a lovely old building with marble stairs and scroll bannisters. There are two floors beneath ground level, one is...More

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July 24, 2017|
Response from 1963consultant | Reviewed this property |
Sunday through Thursday from 10:00 am to 7:00 pm, Fridays from 2:00 pm to 7:00 pm, and Saturdays from 12:00 noon to 4:00 pm
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Response from Jean Louis G | Reviewed this property |
Dear Nijma , the adress of Alexandria museum is 110 EL Horreya Rd. Ramle station. +2034835519. All the egyptian in Alexandria know his place. If u go by taxi or bus give him the adress and he will drop u there. Good luck and... More