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Museums in Egypt

The all-time finest museums in the world

Egypt has great museums and a diverse range of monuments dedicated to its previous history, which is one of the most logical aspects of the country. It is for this reason that they are worthy of being visited by thousands of visitors and zone residents on a daily basis.

Cairo, Egypt’s largest city, is home to several museums, including the Egyptian Antiquities Museum, the world’s oldest museum, which is located in the city’s center, Tahrir Square. In addition, the city is home to the newly opened National Museum of Egyptian Civilization, which serves as the permanent home of the Royal Mummies. Many other excellent museums may also be found in Cairo. In addition to particular subject museums like the contemporary art museum in Cairo, the mummification museum in Luxor, the Botanical museum in Aswan, and so on, there is a museum in every significant city in Egypt that has a collection of items most likely discovered in that city.

There are numerous pages on this website that provide all of the information and specifics on all of Egypt’s notable Museums. Since 1999, Egypt Fun Tours has been the gateway to accessing and learning all of Egypt’s ancient temples’ history and culture. The travel agency is equipped with the finest tour guides, tour operators, drivers, and customer service representatives, as well as several dedicated travel constants who will provide the most suitable accommodations, Nile River cruises, and transportation, as well as anything else you could possibly request at reasonable prices. Egypt Fun Tours earned its excellent reputation through strict booking procedures, safety guidelines, and fair COVID-19 cancellation policies.

The Grand Egyptian Museum

The Grand Egyptian Museum (GEM), also known as the Giza Museum, is a proposed museum of ancient Egyptian antiquities. Its purpose is to guarantee ...

The Royal Jewelry Museum

The Jewellery Museum is a two-story home that belonged to Princess Fatma Al-Zahraa, an Egyptian Royal family member, and was decorated to her liking ...

Alexandria National Museum

The National Museum of Alexandria, originally a palace, functioned as a gathering place for Alexandria's royalty and merchant class hierarchy. The ...

Museum of Islamic Art

Due to severe damage caused by a car bomb assault in 2014, this museum was forced to close its doors to the public for several years, but it has ...

The Nubian Museum

The Nubian Museum in Aswan is one of Egypt's greatest and a must-see for anybody interested in ancient and modern Nubia's history and culture. It ...

Imhotep Museum at Saqqara.

Who is Imhotep? Imhotep was a brilliant architect who also made significant contributions to art and many disciplines of medicine, making him one ...

Luxor Mummification Museum

The Mummification Museum is a unique and intriguing spectacle to study in the neighborhood of the magnificent Nile River, more particularly in the ...

Luxor Museum

Luxor is a true cradle of humanity's cultural legacy, but it is also a city that must meet the requirements of its residents on a daily basis. The ...

Gayer Anderson Museum (Beyt El Kritliyya)

Bayt al-kritliyya is one of the most beautiful and intriguing examples of 17th-century Arab residential architecture still standing in Cairo, and it ...

National Museum of Egyptian Civilization (NMEC)

The National Museum of Egyptian Civilization (NMEC) is located in Al-Fustat, Egypt's first capital after the Arab Islamic conquest in 641 A.D, and ...

Egyptian Antiquities Museum in Tahrir Square

The museum was built first in Bulaq, then it was moved to Giza Palace of Khedive Ismael, Cairo museum which is now in Tahrir square was opened in ...

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