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I stopped here after visiting the British cemetery. An important note is that the gates are locked if muslim prayer is being performed so make sure you come at the right time. I was expecting a tourist trap type place but it was quite the...More
It s not the first time for me to visit this place but I insisted to show it to my kids to know what wars do and how many person killed
The museuim has many halls fir video photos and weapons
Anyway it s an...More
Since I was in the area on business, a coworker and I visited this museum. It's a critical museum of a critical battle. I'm not aware of another one about this battle, in which Rommel's reach for Egypt was defeated. The content of the museum...More
We visited from Alexandria, using a private car to visit the German, Italian and Commonwealth Cemeteries in turn before finishing here. This was useful as the curator at the German cemetery, Moniem, spoke excellent English and helped our driver to follow the best route around....More
Take some time out your tour of Egypt and go to this little museum!!! It is incredible, very interesting, lot of facts and information that I knew nothing about, terrific exhibits and very well laid out, with English explanations. If you go you won't be...More
This museum is certainly worth visiting after the commonwealth cemetery. Split into four sections German, Italian, Egyptian, and Britain with the countries of the Commonwealth.
In comparison to other local places of interest tickets were a little over priced. Especially if you wanted to take...More
The museum was shut down for a renovation in anticipation of the 75th Aniversary of the Battle of El Alamein. The museum was reopened in a ceremony attended by Egyptian President Al-Sissi, I visited the very next day. In addition to the renovation, the Egyptians...More
This place could have been so much better than it was. Little evidence that the place has been upgraded/ decorated/ modernised in the past 20 years. Old display cases, noddy-written notices. Halls are organised by nationality. However you get a good idea of the various...More
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Sorry, you do indeed know more than me, when we went there we spent most of the time in the actual muesum as it was extremely hot, I cannot think how you could find this information out though maybe try emailing the actual... More
Sorry, you do indeed know more than me, when we went there we spent most of the time in the actual muesum as it was extremely hot, I cannot think how you could find this information out though maybe try emailing the actual muesum itself.