Must be visited with a local guide Long with other places in Alexandria. Se really missed the nearby greek Museum.
About Alexandria National Museum
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Nice to walk thru but it was not great. Would recommend going to the Library over this if you need to choose.
a woman talking on the phone told us that we cannot take photos with our mobile with flashlight, another woman whom I assumed was an employee or something at the museum told us not to take photos unless we pay money !! they call it...More
Ever since I was student, Alexandria has always fascinated me, because of the important role the city played during the ancient times (as we have studied at school). The revival of Platonism in the "school of Alexandria" in the second and the third centuries and...More
Each floor had different artifacts. Enjoyed "the tomb" and the various glassware and plates as well as the statues. Everything was very clearly labelled. We were told photos were not allowed.
Nice place to visit as you can watch many beautiful and attractive Artworks that you will love. Also you can find some Statues that is great also.
Need to have a guide to explain everything but wow to see all the amazing artifacts . Such history that you never even thought of existed between countries, how did they create these items when didn't have equipment we have today ?
We visited this museum on a hot June day. We were fasting so we needed a fun activity out of the heat and sun to waste a few hours before fetar time. Honestly, this is an ok museum with a few interesting finds - the...More
not being a huge fan of museums, I wasn't expecting much when going here, but I was pleasantly surprised. The museum is the right size so you can see everything there. And they offer the right amount of information on the different pieces as you...More
This was an okay museum. Good for one to two hours, but not much more. One floor each on ancient Egypt, Greek / Roman period, and history of Alexandria. No mention of it being the former US ambassador/consulates residence - it must have been a...More