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This museum traces the history from the earliest settlements to present day of Nubia, the region defined as the area between Aswan in Egypt and Khartoum in the Sudan.
El Fanadeq St. Downtown, Aswan 81111, Egypt
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All reviewsinteresting exhibitsold cataractsmall collectioncouple of hoursramses iiworth a visiton displayegyptian historytwo hoursancient egyptabu simbellake nasservisiting aswancoptic churchhigh damentrance feeaswan dam
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Reviewed 1 week ago

It was 117 degrees the afternoon we were in Aswan so we decided to spend the day at the museum (they have A/C.) The exhibits are well laid out, it's neat and clean, and there are lots of interesting things to see. My one complaint...More

Thank Jamie H
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Beautiful museum. Very informative and contains artefacts about the Nubians. Has a modern design. Worth a visit especially if you want to escape the Aswan heat for about 2 hours

Thank Thirusha V
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

A relatively new museum with amazing displays and descriptors if you like to find out more about the history of Nubia - although there was a lot of general information about Egypt that I found interesting. It’s worth a visit if you have an hour...More

Thank BaveenaN1
Reviewed 1 week ago

The Nubian Museum is really well set up with a lot of different artifacts to learn about, and has lots of information posted that talks about each piece. Make sure to ask for a picture ticket.

Thank Eric L
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

it,s the best planned and organised museum in egypt. 1997 was opened,more than 3000 pieces covers the ancient egyption history ,Greek, roman,coptic,and the early Islamic era. highly recommended.

Thank Mahmoud H
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

This is a very well laid and described museum in Aswan. If you have time in Aswan I would advise to drop in at this museum to learn about the Nubian community and history of the civilisation. It elaborates a lot of information about the...More

Thank Vineet B
Reviewed 7 August 2018

Great and large museum with a lot of information about Nubian history. Very interesting place, I visited it once but I am willing to visit it again.

Thank Hadeel T
Reviewed 3 August 2018

This museum was surprisingly large and provided so much information on Nubian people throughout history. The exhibits were fascinating, great for children too!

Thank CarrieRyuko
Reviewed 31 July 2018

The one take away from this museum is the long standing relationship between ancient Egyptian people and Nubian people. They've had their clashes throughout history. And it's interesting to see how that all relates to their current standing and opinions of each other as a...More

Thank InZane009
Reviewed 29 July 2018

the way of exhibition of the monuments there is amazing you can get in then you come out automatically.

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