Don't miss his tomb! 8000 lire entrance fee. There is a small cafeteria and clean bathrooms. The museum is well lit and air conditioned. Small and somewhat somber. Very close to the Cedars of God and worth the stop for about 45 minutes.
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I am a fan of Gibran's poetry but really did not like his art. The museum has a mausoleum where Gibran's remains are interred and it is pretty, set amongst flowers and an amazing view of mountain, snow and trees. Worth while if you are...More
Khalil Gibran is a venerated character of Lebanese patriotism, a great poet and painter. This museum has been painstakingly prepared to reveal intimate aspects of his life and works with dozens of paintings and artefacts. The guided tour is excellent and highly recommended His seminal...More
My daughter and I rented a car in Beirut and drove all over this amazing country of Lebanon. ( Driving in Lebanon is not for everyone but my daughter is an excellent driver ) The ride up to the museum is breathtaking in itself. The...More
If you want to know more about this country it is a good museum to visite. Gibran is a well-known lebanese writer. The Profet the most important book. The museum is located in beautiful building who displays some interesting pictures. Go there and enjoy a...More