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I was interested to see them demonstrating how to make the papyrus paper and some of the art work was fascinating. Hospitable without being pushy. We were shown how to make sure it was genuine papyrus paper and offered tea, coffee or hibiscus tea.
My friend and I went here during our pyramid tour. This is not something originally put into our itinerary but we went nonetheless. The demonstration is short, about 15 minutes. Our salesperson, as we found out AFTER the demonstration, was extremely pushy. We asked for...More
Was a very interesting demonisation on how papyrus is made and the difference between and how spot fake papyrus.
Some incredibly beautiful art work, old and contemporary and what would have been a very relaxing atmosphere to admire the works.
An over zealous exceptional pushy...More
Lovely place to see the natural art. Do negotiate well and sometimes below 60% of value.
The staff is very friendly and nice to interact with. Had this lovely lady who guides me well and gave good discounts.
We had a great time here, yes its for tourist however very nicely done, they showed to our kids how actually the papyrus is made and gave us a welcome drink, the people in the shop we amazing and friendly. We did end up buying...More
I don't recommend this place to buy. It's expensive because it's real papyrus paper (not banana skin or only vertical layer papyrus) and it's in Giza.
But the so called "artist" who painted our names in hieroglyphs did a terrible job!! It was like if...More
The demonstration of the making of papyrus ‘paper’ was really quite fascinating. My husband loved the colorful artwork so talked me into purchasing one of the larger pieces for our home. And they are admittedly quite pretty. We were allowed to walk around and peruse...More