Get a taste of the rich history and traditions of Egypt on this half-day tour to Abdeen Palace in Cairo. The palace is a stunning historical site, steeped in history and culture. Take a walk through the palatial rooms of this long-gone era and enjoy great views from its rooftop terrace over the city of Cairo.
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Wheelchair Accessible Tour to Abdeen Palace
The Palace of Prince Muhammad Ali Pasha, or Abdeen Palace, is a 19th-century palace located in Cairo. The palace was originally the seat of power for the Sharifs during their reign over Egypt and now serves as a museum.
Explore Cairo’s historic Abdeen Palace on our Egypt wheelchair-accessible day tours. Enjoy an in-depth look at the palace, which was built in the early 19th century and served as the official residence of Egyptian rulers until 1952. Tour highlights include the Throne Room and Salons I, II, and III, home to priceless furniture and accessories gifted by monarchs from around the world.
The Abdeen Palace is well known for its beautiful gardens and architecture. It was once the residence of King Farouk, the last king of Egypt. Today, it is open to the public and offers a variety of tours. You can easily join us on a wheelchair tour for your visit to the palace.
If you’re planning a trip to Egypt, this Egypt wheelchair-accessible day tour itinerary takes you to the city of Cairo, north of the Pyramids at Giza. The first stop is Abdeen Palace, a former residence of the Egyptian leaders. Here you will find artifacts from different periods of Egyptian history displayed in its museum.
The palace is a great day tour. Guests can see the Egyptian Royal family's living quarters, as well as their private collections of art and furniture. There are also gardens and museums on the grounds.