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Good museum but could be better organised and would be easier to follow if simple information... read more

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Stephanie058
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Must Visit before Meroe Pyramids!

Like the Egyptian museum, visiting the Sudan National Museum is an absolute must in Khartoum before... read more

Reviewed 5 days ago
WhatDoesntSuck
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Dubai, United Arab Emirates
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All reviews national museum first floor sudanese pounds christian era main building couple of hours the ground floor aswan dam worth a visit on display nice collection stone age two floors interesting exhibits rich history modern times lots of history
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Reviewed yesterday

Good museum but could be better organised and would be easier to follow if simple information leaflets were produced. It would also be helpful if postcards of some of the exhibits were available to buy. The bathrooms here were really dirty.

Thank Stephanie058
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

Like the Egyptian museum, visiting the Sudan National Museum is an absolute must in Khartoum before heading out into the desert to explore Karima and the Meroe Pyramids. The museum itself is a bit worn and out of date, but what do a few years...More

2  Thank WhatDoesntSuck
Reviewed 1 week ago

Travel back in time in this lovely museum. It is a must visit in Khartoum. It is so cheap as well. They moved real pyramids to the museum.

Thank GeorgeN1962
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Fair to have a look into Sudan's history, this is main museum in Sudan. They have to work to make it international, well organized and clean, with good guides. There is treasures but need little bit care. It is better to visit, will help you...More

Thank Osman B
Reviewed 30 August 2018 via mobile

The Museum is a good starting point of any tour in Sudan so that when reaching near-empty archeological sites across the country you can visualize the ancient grandeur. Translation into English available for most of the items in display.

Thank feddyaroundtheglobe
Reviewed 28 July 2018 via mobile

a wrap up for the whole history of the nile valley ..it needs more maintenance and air conditioning to be more appealing

Thank Shaltoni
Reviewed 26 July 2018

Really enjoyed the visit, a lot of interesting ancient history relating to the country. The highlight were the statues at the entrance. Interesting concept of the Nile outside with display buildings showing the history along the Nile. The only problem was the "Nile" had run...More

Thank davewhit2018
Reviewed 24 July 2018 via mobile

Sudan National History Museum is an interesting place and a must in Khartoum. The entry fees are rather symbolic, not sure but last time it was below 50 cents. The museum presents a history of Sudan (development, Christian Muslim) ,also you can see there a...More

1  Thank Pauli_Roth
Reviewed 10 July 2018

This was really a highlight of Khartoum. Seeing the artifacts and well described displays gave an excellent setup for the following 9 days of travel.

Thank Ralph S
Reviewed 18 June 2018 via mobile

Visited the museum as part of a tour. Luckily I was with my own guide who explained the exhibits and history. Museum staff themselves are not very helpful and only wanted to sell you guide books. Be warned it is extremely hot inside the main...More

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Thank you for that when I return I will take my camera as I was clearly misinformed
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I remember to pay like 1 us doller in local currency and another one as a contribution
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