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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

The Khufu pyramid may be the largest but the pyramid of Menkaure which is the smallest of the three pyramids is perhaps the best. Built by the 4th dynasty pharaoh Menkaure, this was completed by his son Shepseskaf. The pyramid is built with granite and...More

Thank kc j
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This area has the smell of history. It is great for family. There is a parking. It should be visited in the Winter. You can move with your car.Take food and water for kids.

Thank Mohamed_Elmonyer
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This was the last pyramid to tick off the list for me at Giza as I had been in the other two and Queen's tomb on separate visits. Egypt seems to be scrambling for visitors these days, and unfortunately seem to be letting tourists do...More

Thank Ph0enix1982
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

The smallest of the three but likely meant to have been the most stunning in its time, having been intended to have been covered completely in granite. Don't stop after seeing the second, Menkaure is worth it! Quick tip: if you're a student and under...More

Thank Emily Grace S
Reviewed 3 July 2018 via mobile

There are some tour guides type of people on site. They will approach you to ask you for your ticket. DO NOT hand your ticket to them, they act like they are officials but they are not. They will ask to see your ticket then...More

Thank minnielai
Reviewed 23 June 2018 via mobile

This is the smallest of the 3 large pyramids in Giza, but it is still quite large. All three are pretty crowded, but it is worth a few moments to sit in awe. As with all the Giza pyramids, I wish they were cleaner and...More

Thank msa23_2000
Reviewed 19 June 2018

If you are in Cairo as a resident, tourist or on business, you "must" visit the Giza pyramids, both during day-time, and in the evening to enjoy the "sound and light show". It is a journey of a lifetime through time

Thank Beirutvisitor2018
Reviewed 12 May 2018

Slightly smaller, but unique in that they installed a different finish on the outside. It is said that he built a smaller pyramid out of respect for his father and grandfather. That is cool. There are a series of additional pyramids here for wives and...More

Thank CFEIII
Reviewed 7 May 2018

It's amazing to look at the pyramids and think when and how they were built. Thousands of years ago and still standing Built by hand. No machines to cut and shape the stones. No computers to plan the build.

Thank Ifachef
Reviewed 4 May 2018

The mystery of the pyramid is attracting us more and more. We know little about their purpose and how they are built. Official teaching is inaccurate and complete guesswork. Menkaure Pyramid is as magnificent as any other Pyramid, but it is our favorite. We walked...More

Thank Asiyah Noemi K
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