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We visited the museum on Sunday. We spend about 1.5 hours (it could be longer but we didn’t have so much time) there and it was very interesting, specially the room with the sarcophagus and also the interactive board where you can see the different...More
I only had time for a 1-hour visit, which was long enough for me to leisurely walk around the exhibits and take lots of quick photos but not enough time for me to spend much time admiring the pieces in person.
This museum is housed...More
Maybe some of the fellow advisors are right and the information and explanations given are scarce or the arrangement of the different artefacts does not make sense from a professional point of view. How do I know? I am a simple visitor trying to appreciate...More
We visited on three successive mornings to learn as much as possible in advance of a Nile cruise. The German texts on the interactive displays were very good and many also had English language options. The route through the various rooms is well indicated, the...More
The building is very attractive from the outside... when walking down to the small entry you might remember your eventual visit to the "valley of kings graves" close to Luxor.
Very friendly staff caring for their customers.
Many nice artefacts beautifuly presented. Modern and interactive....More
Egyptian Art Museum probably has more artifacts than in Egypt. Yes, I have been to world's top museums including New York Metro, Lourve and they only have a section of Egyptian arts. Here in Germany, it is highly specialized and you have many separate museums...More
Newly opened, this museum devoted to Egyptian art, unlike the collection at the Louvre in Paris, gives an underwhelming overview of ancient Egyptian art and its influence on other ancient civilizations.
The entrance to the museum gives one a lovely sensation of entering a sacred...More