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The papyrus museum is a nice place and has alot of beautyful paintings on papyrus, but the show where they tell you about the papyrus they do just because they have to and it was kinda like they didn't really wanna show how it was...More
Staff were very friendly and showed us in detail how a papyrus is made! We took a large one with Maat-the goddess of truth and justice, and two smaller ones with our zodiac signs, with our name in hieroglyphics! It's a must and everyone should...More
This tour was fantastic on it's but Egypt Guided Tours brought it to another level. Mr. khattab made it much more fun and interesting that would normally be expected from a tour of ancient temples. Mr. Khattab was always kind, considerate, and took care of...More
I don't mind learning about history, but having been escorted into the papyrus museum twice now, without consent, it's a 20minute stop that you don't need....unless you're into paper.
Officially sanctioned by the government as a tourist revitalisation area to showcase local skills, you get...More
Interesting demonstration on how papyrus is made.
The rest of the experience will feel like a used car sales experience. Fun souvenir to bring home, but be willing to walk out of the shop if your price can't be met. If you walk away, they...More