Organized, small collection, no photography permitted.
The Museum is a doable, but slightly long, walking distance from the Alexandria library but taking a microbus would definitely be easier and taxis are cheap. When you see a microbus just yell, mah-taf il-scan-der-E-ah and it should stop if headed in that direction. Get off once you pass the park and see a stone contemporary water fountain. The building... More
We went to the Alexandria National Musuem after discovering that the Graeco-Roman Museum was still closed. It is well set out, clean and a great little museum. Everything has a plaque which was helpful. There are some amazing treasures in there.Well done!!
I visited in August 2010 and would just like to add that taking photographs is no longer allowed inside the museum.
I visited this museum in May 2008, having found the Jewellery Museum and Graeco-Romano Museum both closed for renovation. The museum is in a beautifully restored villa and contains an interesting collection from Alexandria and all over Egypt. It can be a little difficult to work out the best route to take through the rooms, but since all the exhibits... More
Located at the beginning of Fouad Street, this Museum is fairly easy to get to. Entrance fees: Tourists: 30 LE Tourist students: 15 LE Egyptians : 2LE Egyptian Students: 1LE The museum is situated in an old villa - which is worth a look in it's own right. The carved wooden panels and the fireplaces give a hint of the... More
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