This museum of Memphis is named after the ancient capital of Aneb-Hetch, Memphis. It is located to the south of Cairo and is an open air museum and is said to be one of the most visited museums in Cairo. The most popular exhibit is the colossus of Ramses, followed by the Great Sphinx of Alabaster. The remains of ancient city are still alive here. After the museum, relaxing in the gardens is a good idea.
Memphis Museum is one of the most popular museums in Cairo and is also a rare place where the remains of the old city is kept alive. A visit to the museum is a great opportunity to go back in time. The famous exhibits that are displayed here include colossus of Ramses, followed by the Great Sphinx of Alabaster. Even though the Memphis Museum tickets are free of any charge, still there are many affordable Memphis Museum tours available. The Memphis Museum tours tickets will give you a guided tour of the museum and will enlighten you with its historical significance.
- Photography is allowed.
- Parking spaces are available outside museum.
- Adult: EGP 30
- Students: EGP 15
- Video: EGP 5
- Closed on Ramadan.
- During Ramadan: 8 am - 3 pm
- El-Badrasheen Train Station
- Is it better to visit by tour guide or car.
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36.34% of people who visit Cairo include Memphis Museum in their plan
10 AM - 11 AM
44.9% of people start their Memphis Museum visit around 10 AM - 11 AM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Memphis Museum
91.67% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Memphis Museum