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Imhotep was the designer of the great pyramid. This is a very small museaum on the site of the Saqara pyramid complex and I suspevt possibly gets overlooked. We had to stop our tour bus on the way out to see it. But it is...More
This museum was interesting but not a must do. If you're visiting Sakkara, then you might as well. There are some interesting things to see inside, but its not a very big museum so dont expect grandeur like a typical museum. Also, I was told...More
named after the cheif engineer of the stepped pyramid of Djoser..this museum contains items from excavations in the area..u have to pay 100 LE to use a camera inside the musuem..contains items from different era..magnificent handworks..golden..stone..marble..etc...the 1st place to visit in Saqarra as it is...More
The highlights for me were Seti items, ancient medical tools, and mummies. It’s hot and dusty and not a lot to see, so keep your expectations low. It’s almost a 1/4 mile from parking lot to museum, FYI for mobility impaired.
So many times overlooked museum. It is small but exhibits real masterpieces all found during excavations nearby. Modern building, good airco (hardly needed during summer).
They show unique artefacts not even found in the big Egyptian Museum in Cairo.
Don't hesitate, spend a little time...More
It is near to Step Pyramid, photo taking is not allowed, for archaeology lovers, this is a good museum to visit before entering to the Step Pyramid, to understand more about the French Egyptologist Jean-Philippe Lauer who spent so many years in his work. By...More
This museum is on site at Saqquara near the step pyramid and other remains, It mainly features statues and other items recovered from here. Some of the pieces are nice like the wooden statues - its a small museum and very quiet so you can...More