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I visited it at mid july 2017 , according to previous visit alone I found it very nice for people who are interested in Egyptian culture and local life style ( in last century at least ) so it will suitable for families too ,...More
Well , i was there for 1 hour and a half , it is very amazong , some mummified skelton: of a white whale , also a lot of animals , also there is the diseases of the animals , all this in the first...More
If you like strange and quirky, this is your museum! It's actually 8 museums in one, though not all were open when we visited. There are some interesting exhibits, presented in old-fashioned style, somewhat dusty and dated.
It's 5 LE to enter the grounds and...More
Modern EGYPT refers to the kingdom of Egypt starting with ruling of Mohamed Ali and extended till the last kings of Egypt. The Agricultural Museum is a reflection to the greatness of this period where the value of discovery was realized and for which such...More
I must say that the poor reviews here are just a shame. You will need at least 5 hours to see all the display! And that is without reading the descriptions! They have 5 buildings, at the moment 3 are open and 2 are closed...More
The AM is the closest you can get to a 'natural history' museum in Egypt... Like many attractions in Egypt, the building and surroundings are good to be a museum by themselves.
The AM is a great place to learn about Egyptian civilization and culture;...More
I visited on a saturday around 11 after buying a ticket (5) and a phototicket (10) at the 2nd gate, I visited the building on the right- where chinese art and diplomatic gifts are on display. The building after that is the agricultural museum. Although...More
The Agricultural Museum is a time capsule from 1930: a dusty old gem filled with hundreds of stuffed animals, a wonderful old butterfly collection, educational exhibits on agricultural technologies of the 1930's, mannequins in tribal costume, models of the innards of farm animals. If the...More