Egyptian Museum in Tahrir
Director General of the Egyptian Museum in Tahrir Sabah Abdel Razek said that there is an increasing demand to visit the hall in which the royal mummies were previously displayed.
The Tourism Recovery Summit recommends formulating a unified mechanism for travel and tourism amid the global pandemic.
On May 18 , the Egyptian Museum in Tahrir displayed an artifact that highlights the importance of doctors in ancient Egypt.
According to the UNESCO website, museums constitute a center for preservation, studies and reflection on heritage and culture. It can no longer remain aloof from the fundamental issues of our time.
The shrine consists of a ceiling decorated with a winged sun disk and eight birds placed underneath the titles of the king.
Director General of the Egyptian Museum in Tahrir Sabah Abdel Razzaq said that the museum is ready to receive visitors from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. every day.
On May 11, the original external gate of the Egyptian Museum in Tahrir has been re-installed.
Recently, the Cultural Development and Community Communication Department in the Office of the Minister of Tourism and Antiquities launched an initiative entitled "Our Story", in cooperation with the public and technical education sectors of the Ministry of Education.
The National Museum of Egyptian Civilization inaugurated the Royal Mummies Hall on April 18.
A month after receiving and placing the fourth shrine of King Tutankhamun in its display case in the hall dedicated to the Golden King’s treasures in the Grand Egyptian Museum, the museum received Tutankhamun’s third shrine.
Inside the hall, fifty ancient coffins are displayed. Fifteen of the coffins are displayed for the first time for the public.
The Royal Mummies Hall of Egypt’s National Museum of Egyptian Civilization opens its door to visitors in line with the celebrations of World Heritage Day, which falls on April 18.
Fourteen of the Royal Mummies were placed in two display boxes in NMEC's Mummies Hall, in preparation for receiving visitors on World Heritage Day which falls on April 18, 2021.
The World Heritage Committee of the United Nation’s Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) has included the Egyptian Museum in its tentative list of World Heritage sites.
The Egyptian Museum in Tahrir has dazzled the world since 1902. Work is now underway to develop it in cooperation with the European Union.
King Ramses III is the last of the great “warrior pharaohs” of the New Kingdom.
King Siptah was appointed to the throne of Egypt as a boy, placed there by a powerful official named Bay.
The mummy of King Seti II, the fifth pharaoh of the 19th Dynasty, was discovered in 1898 in the Tomb of Amenhotep II (KV 35) in Valley of the Kings, Luxor.
In light of The Pharaohs’ Golden Parade, the Egyptian Museum in Tahrir will temporarily close its doors to visitors on April 3, provided that the period of reception of visitors extends on April 2, until 7:00 p.m. instead of 5:00 pm.
Through the website, visitors can book entry tickets at the comfort of their homes, look at various artifacts and a lot more! The website is a digital window to the National Museum of Egyptian Civilization.