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The Grand Egyptian Museum

El Remayah Sq, Cairo-Alex. Road | Pyramids, Giza, Egypt
+20 2 33777263
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El Remayah Sq, Cairo-Alex. Road | Pyramids, Giza, Egypt
+20 2 33777263
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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

One of Cairo's landmark "must see" sites is the Egyptian Museum of Antiquities located in the heart of the city. This multi story museum contains Egyptian art masterpieces dating thousands of years, clearly stating Egypt indeed is the cradle of all civilizations. Don't miss the...More

Thank aelkhadem
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

I visited this as part of a tour. It was interesting. Disappointed that at the Tutankhamen exhibit you could not take photos. One of the main reasons to come here is to see this. Is was amazing to see the grandeur of the mummy cases...More

Thank Chezsmall
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

A must see if going to Egypt due to the vast collection. With that said the museum is old, a bit hot and a little overwhelming with so much to see. The little explanation cards next to each piece varied in quality with somethings having...More

Thank Trent T
Reviewed 5 days ago

The no photography rule was a bummer but its a fantastic museum none-the-less. if you're pressed for time see the Tut exhibit. and pay attention when outside in al-Tahrir Square, site of the riots in 2010.

Thank JohnandJaneS
Reviewed 6 days ago

the place is truly amazing so much to look at you need longer than what u get with a trip the whole 2nd floor is dedicated to king tut the golden mask is loads bigger than u relise. you see his chariots and burial goods

Thank Martin L
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Great sights, and tons to see. The mummy room was fascinating. It was very hot and stuffy inside the museum because there is no a/c. There was no giftshop, which i was disappointed about, because I wanted a souvenir. Plenty of space, and enough to...More

Thank ncadena
Reviewed 1 week ago

You can actually see real mummies inside. The amount of treasures and archaeological items is truly magnificent

Thank Asyraframli95
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Truly amazing place with so much history here, you'll need a full day to truly go around the whole museum. There really is so much to see! Prices differ from nationality ( more for the English) also if you want to take photos with your...More

Thank skinnerdipper
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

You need at least a whole day to explore the museum. It is hot and humid only King Tut room has an air conditioning and unfortunately you cannot take photo as well as the Mummy room. We had a guide just to point out the...More

Thank logan33961
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Lots to see including royal mummies but you have to pay extra. You need to try and spend as much time as you can in this museum but its hard to see it all. We took a guide but if you know your history you...More

Thank Fourcampre
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7 January 2015|
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Response from 137Rafat2015 | Reviewed this property |
the new Grand Museum not yet open , price no idea!!
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