I'm quiet happy there's still a place in Egypt for people who enjoy museums and antiques, and that it still enjoys its historical theme and hasn't changed by time.
About Egyptian Antiquities Museum
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We are two families of four from Toronto, Canada; including four teenage boys & girls (13,14,14,16) and have spent three days in Cairo. The Egyptian Museum was very easy to get in - no lines. We did use the ATM onsite, which was helpful. One...More
With even a day in Cairo this is a must. I visited the museum many years ago as a child and I don't think I fully appreciated the greatness of Egypts history. Seeing artefacts that were over 4000 years old, including Egyptian mummies brought home...More
here easily you will find pieces returns to more than 5000 years , you can imagine this , and it is not a shapeless piece of stone or wood , no it is a piece of art you will like to admire it , and...More
Great artifacts but the museum needs alot of work. Displays are clearly old, no ac so it'll be quite hot in the summer, cold in the winter. They could use more explanations and media to tell the story from section to section.
If you are in Cairo, you must visit the Museum. Actually one day is not enough, but you can see most of items. You must visit King Tut's room and the Royal Mummies. Highly recommended.