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We visited this delightful modern museum during a visit to Aswan. It gave a wonderful insight into the history of Nubia and the Nubians with a very well arranged collection artefacts that were well labelled and interpreted in Arabic and English. Unfortunately it was dark...More
Loved this museum compared with the Egyptian Museum in Cairo.
Well organised and explained that you want to stay longer.
Nubian civilisation and excavations overtime set out carefully.
Uncrowded you can take your time absorbing the exhibits.
I was pleasantly surprised at the quality of this museum. The architecture of the building, the story of the Nubians that unwinds as you follow the path through it, and then the outdoor grounds, with an amphitheater, cave, and a view of the Unfinished Obelisk....More
The Nubian museum shows how an ancient civilization existed in a modern, well laid out format. The museum is well-lighted, air-conditioned and pleasant to stroll through while learning about an almost forgotten people. Beautiful stuff!
Although the power went off just minutes after we paid and entered, some exhibits were lit well enough to get the gist of them, and eventually it was restored. The museum is thoughtfully laid out with excellent explanations in English and Arabic. Besides statues and...More
To take pictures, yes, you need a separate ticket. The museum is small, but has some interesting items. The ruins are pretty neat, including a stairs down to a boat access on the river (not really a dock almost like a... More
To take pictures, yes, you need a separate ticket. The museum is small, but has some interesting items. The ruins are pretty neat, including a stairs down to a boat access on the river (not really a dock almost like a secret entrance). Hot there during the middle of the day, so you might consider going early in the day.