Tag Archive for: Egyptian Museums
Discover the history of the Islamic world when you visit the Museum of Islamic Art in Cairo, rated as one of the world’s greatest museums of its kind.
Marvel at Egypt’s best example of 17th-century Islamic architecture at the Gayer Anderson Museum, then step inside and enjoy a magical journey through time.
Enjoy a magnificent journey through time at the Coptic Museum in Cairo as you marvel at the world’s largest collection of Egyptian Christian artifacts.
Enjoy a peaceful and blissfully quiet stroll though the Museum of Modern Egyptian Art in Cairo, and marvel at more than 10,000 modern works of art.
Enjoy an unforgettable taste of how royalty lived during the 19th and early 20th century when you visit the splendid yet modest Manial Palace in Cairo.
Experience the magic of the Sahara Desert; discover secrets revealed; explore picturesque oases, and set your imagination free in the Valley of the Golden Mummies.
Leave city life behind; head off into the vastness of the Sahara desert; visit Dakhla and explore Mut Ethnographic Museum for a surreal oasis experience.
One man’s extraordinary gift to the people of the Farafra Oasis, and all who pass by; medieval history recorded in art, and done entirely with natural desert resources - Badr Museum.
Explore the wonderful Alexandria National Museum, and marvel at its select collection of ancient relics, historical art, and medieval weapons of long forgotten wars.
The Luxor Museum is nowhere near as big as the Egyptian Museum in Cairo, but it was never meant to be, choosing instead to display quality rather than quantity.
The Nubian Museum has been specifically created to help enlighten visitors about the crucial role this ancient civilization played during Egypt’s past.
Memphis in Egypt served as the country’s capital during the Old Kingdom. For this reason, many tourists see it as a great starting point of their vacation.
The city of Al-Matariyyah which lies in the northern region of Cairo is one of the country’s oldest cities, and was once renowned for its unrivalled beauty and grandeur.
The Luxor Museum of Mummification is without question a real Must-See attraction that essentially showcases the ancient and fascinating art of mummification.