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The history in the museum is mind blowing. The statues, tombs, hieroglyphics all tell the story of the great kings and queens of Egypt. It taught me that the people of that time were definitely more advanced than I originally believed.
Really great museum with lots of master pieces which you can see in 2h if you have a guide with you who can show them: Most interesting are (see pics): hieroglyphics encryptions by JF Champollion, Tutankhamun tomb grave goods, Ramses II mummy (pic taking was...More
Prepare yourself for a trip through time. This place has no air conditioning so dress appropriately. Also wear good shoes! So important, because you'll want to see all of it, and there is 2 floors.
The shear amount of things to see is crazy. All...More
I enjoyed the Museum but it could be so much more. I spent two hours on a guided tour. If you are a real history buff and enjoy ancient Egypt you need an entire day. If you have small kids or someone with you that...More
Grand Egyptian Museum of Cairo is a must see for any history fan. Despite the fact that most of the pieces of the collection do not have explanations, just seeing them will blow your mind. It's such an overwhelming feeling as if you are travelling...More
There is so much to see, from statues to mummies to items from King Tut's tomb. You really do need a guide as most items do not have descriptions and there are no audio guides available.
We were very lucky to visit during a holiday...More
A visit to the Grand Egyptian is the equivalent of having every book that you have read about ancient Egyptian life come to life in front of your eyes. The collection is so deep that items that would be central pieces in any other museum...More
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Hi, I can't seem to add a Photo of my ticket but when we visited last month the ticket cost 120EGP. That is very reasonable for what you get to see. Additionally, if you want to see the mummies inside the museum then you... More
Hi, I can't seem to add a Photo of my ticket but when we visited last month the ticket cost 120EGP. That is very reasonable for what you get to see. Additionally, if you want to see the mummies inside the museum then you would have to pay extra when you are inside the museum. Entrance fee to the Royal Mummies is EGP150 and you can use that to see an additional mummy room. Worth every penny. Have a fantastic time.