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Amazing to see it. I was not sure, but I think that you need to pay to take photos, we don't know first because there's no sign that we can't take photos, but one guy there started to complaint of us taking photos...More
Good museum, had to wear local linen size huge slippers over my flip flops which resulted in a health and safety issue during the visit! The boat is incredible and worth a look, no photos allowed apart from on your cell phone which was annoying.
this well preserved wooden boat was supposed to help the Pharaoh in his journey in the after life , you shouldn't meet God in Boat less than that. it's glorious moment when you see this beautiful art and think how ancient it is . if...More
The boat has the original wood burried near the pyramids in a number of parts, and then discovered and asambled. It is suposed to help the soul of the Pharaon to "travel" to the other world.
You have to pay extra to enter, but students...More
If you think about the wooden boat on display was once buried deep in the Giza sand and now is wonderfully showcased in this well done museum in the shadows of the pyramids, you would think it is amazing too. Worth the time and small...More
Small museum, will be closed after moving the solar boat to the new Egyptian Museum in 2019. Tourist pay 6 x more than Egyptians. Video costs 300 LE (absurdly high price). Boat itself is visible fom all sides and heights. Unique. Huge. Place where it...More
It's great to see how the preserve and re- assemble the Kufu's boat . They show the original pit where the boat is found and original cords which the boat was tied with it. And of course the boat. Boat has a couple cracks which...More
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Hi - if the tour is not included, it is so easy to get a ticket, the ticket booth is right outside the entrance to the Solar Boat museum, which is right next the the Big Pyramid of Khufu. It takes about 15 to 20 mins to tour... More
Hi - if the tour is not included, it is so easy to get a ticket, the ticket booth is right outside the entrance to the Solar Boat museum, which is right next the the Big Pyramid of Khufu. It takes about 15 to 20 mins to tour through the museum so will not take long. But please don't let them tell you it is the same boat as in the Egypt Museum it is NOT!