Small museum. Well organized where every item is well displayed & has simple explanations written down. Closes in the middle of the day.
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The entry fee to the museum is LE60 and LE50 if you want to take photo's. The entrance is just past Luxor Temple. The museum only has one room, but it has quite a few items on display, With an Egyptian General mummy from the...More
With mummification being such a big feature of ancient Egypt it seemed a good idea to take our young son to see this as he really wanted to know more. It is quite good, well presented with fairly good labelling of the objects. It could...More
There is not a person alive who is not familiar with "mummies" but few know details so this museum is a great "intro". I have to say the missing piece to this exhibit is the process itself. There may not be funds to alter the...More
I really like the simple, but effective learning done inside the Mummification Museum. Not every museum visit has to be long and tedious. This is a short visit, but one you won't easily forget. There is only one human mummy, but many animal mummies. In...More
There is a long flight of steps down from the Cornche. Access is very poor for the disabled. The cafeteria has been closed for many years. The only time that I wanted to visit the museum they would not accept my ITIC card for a...More
This is a quick visit while walking along the corniche. There are some interesting mummies and an explanation of the process. It can be seen in less than an hour.
First of all was I, as a woman, not allowed to be accompanied by a male Egyptian friend. They did not give us any explanations but told him to leave. It turned out, we would have had to be married or he would have had...More
It’s only a one-room museum but it was quite interesting with plenty of details on the mummification process. You can take photos inside for an extra 50 EGP. The mummification process is explained through text and diagrams mounted on the walls. All displays have signs...More
This museum takes only about 45 minutes for a relaxed view of mummification. Mummy of Prince Masaharta, generalissimo in Luxor under the Libyan kings is showcased.