The Grand Egyptian Museum Tickets
The Grand Egyptian Museum will open shortly in 2021.
- Visit the Grand Egyptian Museum in Cairo to bridge the gap between the past and the future.
- Discover timeless collections tracing Pharaonic history from preDynastic to late Roman.
- Be greeted by a ginormous statue of Ramses II upon entry into the main atrium.
- Discover the contents of Pharaoh Tutankhamun’s tomb in its entirety with over 5,000 items.
- A Children’s Museum will focus on stimulating curiosity through games and virtual galleries.
- Enjoy a bunch of options for food and entertainment with restaurants, parks, 3D cinema, and more.
- Entry to the Grand Egyptian Museum Cairo
- Access to exhibitions and collections
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what to expect
what to expect
What is the Grand Egyptian Museum?
Spread across 480,000 square meters in Cairo, the Grand Egyptian Museum will be the largest archeological museum in the world. Devoted entirely to the glory of Pharaonic civilization, the museum will feature around 100,000 objects in the collection, all being unearthed treasures from times past. The museum aims to place Egypt in the center of a worldwide hub for Pharaonic history.
Why Visit the Grand Egyptian Museum?
The museum overlooks the Giza Plateau and is nestled in between the Great Pyramids and the modern city of Cairo, amidst two of Egypt’s contrasting characters: dry desert and fertile floodplain. The museum, in addition to offering visitors an educational and cultural experience by showcasing the unique legacy of an ancient civilization, also affords them gorgeous views of the Pyramids. A visit here is essential for history buffs fascinated by the dazzling mask of Ancient Egypt.
The Grand Egyptian Museum Design and Construction
Designed by Dublin-based architects Heneghan Peng, the building has a main facade about 800 m long with heights reaching 40 m at some points. Its shape resembles a geometric structure where triangular forms prevail, evoking the image of the nearby pyramids. The slant of the roof aligns with the axis of the pyramids, conceptually linking modern Cairo and Egypt’s ancient history. The museum park will feature sculpture gardens, while an enormous statue of Ramses the Great will be located in the atrium. The grand staircase behind, which leads from valley level to plateau, will house 87 statues of pharaohs and Egyptian gods.
The Galleries of Grand Egyptian Museum
The main galleries to the right of the grand staircase are divided into four parts that chronologically trace Pharaonic history. These are predynastic and Old Kingdom | Middle Kingdom | New Kingdom and Greco-Roman. These areas will further be divided into thematic sections such as society, beliefs, the funerary world, and more. The collections harbored within these dazzling galleries will allow visitors to fully discover the prominence of an ancient civilization.
King Tutankhamun’s Gallery
To the left of the grand staircase lies the museum’s highly anticipated Tutankhamun galleries which will display, for the first time ever, the entire collection unearthed from the tomb of the Boy King. The relics are displayed in the exact order that Howard Carter discovered them in the tomb. Tutankhamun’s outer coffin will be on display, alongside his two inner coffins. Unlike the old museum, which simply displayed the treasures, over here a narrative will be established which will aim to demonstrate King Tut's lifestyle.
Grand Egyptian Museum Services
In addition to grand exhibition spaces expected to house 100,000 objects, the museum will have fully operational and sophisticated laboratories, research centers, conference rooms, classrooms, an auditorium, archive and storage areas, a children's museum, a conservation center, etc. It will also include rest areas, eight restaurants, 28 gift shops, 3D cinema, and extensive gardens inspired by pharaonic civilization.
know before you go
know before you go
The expected opening hours are 9 AM to 5 PM from Monday to Sunday.
How to Get to Grand Egyptian Museum
- Location: Cairo - Alexandria Desert Rd, Kafr Nassar, Al Haram, Giza Governorate, Egypt
- Get Directions to the Grand Egyptian Museum.
- The museum is situated near Cairo ring road, the freeway that circles Cairo's metropolitan area.
- It will be connected to the Cairo metro when the new line is completed.
- You can also reach the museum by bus. The closest bus stop is Al Maamal ( Al Remaya St.).
- The museum is 20-minutes away from the new Sphinx International Airport.
COVID-19 Safety Measures
- Wear a mask at all times in the museum.
- Guests may/may not be subject to temperature checks before entering.
- Wash or sanitize your hands frequently during your visit.
- Avoid crowding and maintain a good distance between yourself and others.
How Much Will Grand Egyptian Museum Tickets Cost?
The ticket price for foreigners will be 400 EGP ($25), with a 50% discount for students. For Egyptians and Arabs, ticket prices are 60 EGP and for Egyptian/Arab students, it is 30 EGP for an all-inclusive ticket. These prices may be subject to change.
Things to Do Near Grand Egyptian Museum Cairo
Tour the Giza Pyramid Complex
The Pyramids of Giza, along with the Sphinx form some of the most iconic attractions in the world. Tour this massive complex and see the pyramids of Khufu, Khafre, and Menkaure. Take a selfie with the Sphinx, hop on a camel and go for a ride in the desert, visit Valley Temple, and more!
The Grand Egyptian Museum Tickets: FAQs
Q: When will the Grand Egyptian Museum open?
A: The Grand Egyptian Museum will be inaugurated in June 2021.
Q: Where is the Grand Egyptian Museum located?
A: The Grand Egyptian Museum is just 2 kilometers away from the Giza Pyramid plateau. The area allocated for the museum is around 480,000 sq.m. It is situated on a higher hill at the beginning of the Cairo-Alexandria Desert Road, and can also be accessed from the Fayoum Desert Road.
Q: How much will Grand Egyptian Museum tickets cost?
A: The ticket price for foreigners will be 400 EGP ($25), with a 50% discount for students. Egyptians and Arabs pay 60 L.E for an all-inclusive ticket and Egyptian/Arab students pay 30 L.E to visit all halls. These prices may be subject to change.
Q: How to purchase Grand Egyptian Museum tickets?
A: Grand Egyptian Museum tickets will be available for purchase closer to the time of its opening.
Q: Are Grand Egyptian Museum tickets available online?
A: Grand Egyptian Museum tickets are not available to purchase online just yet, but will appear closer to its opening date.
Q: Are there any discounts available on Grand Egyptian Museum tickets?
A: Discounts available for Grand Egyptian Museum tickets will be revealed closer to the opening date of the attraction.
Q: Can I purchase same-day tickets to Grand Egyptian Museum?
A: Same-day tickets to Grand Egyptian Museum will be available to purchase once the attraction is open.
Q: What is the best time to visit the Grand Egyptian Museum?
A: September to April forms the prime time for touring in Egypt, with Christmas and Easter being the busiest periods.
Q: What are the services provided by the Grand Egyptian Museum?
A: Exhibitions, galleries, sophisticated laboratories, research centers, conference rooms, classrooms, an auditorium, a children's museum, a conservation center, etc. The museum will also include rest areas, restaurants, cafes, shops, and a 3D cinema.
Q: Is the Grand Egyptian Museum wheelchair accessible?
A: Yes, the Grand Egyptian Museum is wheelchair accessible throughout the museum. Parking spaces, rest spaces, elevators, and escalators have been designed to be accessible by wheelchair users.
Q: How many visitors a day is the Grand Egyptian Museum expecting upon its opening?
A: The Grand Egyptian Museum is expected to welcome around 15,000 visitors per day (almost 3 times the visitors it receives today).
Q: Who is the architect of the Grand Egyptian Museum?
A: Irish architecture firm Heneghan Peng won the tender to design the largest archeological museum in the world.