Tour returns to the original departure point
At the Mummification Museum, you will come across ancient Egyptian mummies of both humans and animals. Learn about the process of mummification and the ancient Egyptian concept of life after death.
For this tour you have the option of booking Luxor Museum or Mummification Museum. You will be picked up in an air-conditioned vehicle from your hotel in Luxor. Accompanied by a guide, you will be taken to the Luxor Museum located in the central part of the city, overlooking the River Nile.
Inaugurated in 1975, the museum is housed in a small, purpose-built building. It has a range of artefacts on display with a clear multilingual labelling used for grave relics from the tomb of Tutankhamen and a collection of 26 well preserved New Kingdom statues. You will also come across royal mummies of two pharaohs, Ahmose I and Ramesses I.
Mummification Museum displays both human and animal mummies. You will also come across tools used in the mummification process, as well as items buried along with the mummies for use in the afterlife.
After panning through Museums, you will be dropped back to your hotel in Luxor.
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