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  • 05 16, 2023

The Beni Sueif Museum

The archaeological museum was opened in 1997, and it already consists of only two floors, but the first floor only includes a number of Egyptian antiquities that you can see through Egypt Travel Packages, which were already found in a number of the most important archaeological sites located in that archaeological governorate that can be visited during one of Egypt Day Tours.
This was starting from the rule of those archaeological eras in the prehistoric era, and it remained so throughout the Pharaonic era one of the ways to know more about it is during Marsa Alam Day Tours and throughout both the Greek eras and with it the Roman era that you can know more about it during Alexandria Shore Excursions.

The second floor in the place, it includes the presence of a number of Coptic antiquities, great and wonderful Islamic antiquities, and some very important antiquities or holdings from the era of the rule of the Muhammad Ali family that you can have more information about it through Cairo Day Tours. But one of the most important of those modern holdings in that museum was from the Pharaonic era that can be discovered through Egypt Nile Cruise Tours, which is a collection of statues that belong to kings and a number of gods and individuals, a group of funerary paintings, and human and archaeological coffins which you can see more of them during Luxor Day Tours.
At the same time, there are utensils belonging to the viscera, meaning that they are canopic vessels, as well as a number of amulets. There is also a large number of those statues belonging to individuals, gods, and religious beliefs of the Pharaohs, along with some of the funerary paintings that also can be seen during Aswan Day Tours, in the Beni Suef Museum, from a crowd of the Greek and Roman eras that if you need to enrich your about them you can try Egypt Classic Tours.

In fact, that archaeological museum was established in the early nineties and was on a large area that reached approximately 4 thousand meters, and it was designed in its construction in the form of the same pyramid close to it, which is a Medium that you can take memorable photos with it during Egypt Luxury Tours.
The governorate of Beni Suef contains this archaeological museum, which was established approximately 31 years ago, and its area is approximately close to the number of 5 acres.
It also contains a large collection of the most important of these rare artifacts, which had already been extracted from various areas in Beni Sueif to visit during Egypt Cheap Budget Tours.

Unfortunately, due to the circumstantial disregard of the media for that archaeological museum, it had greatly lost its value as a tourist attraction, and then it was also ignored by the ministry.

This museum is now already subject to collapse; The Ministry had included it among the most important stages of development, due to the corrosion that occurred in the walls due to the salts caused by groundwater, as well as moisture.
Not only that but there is extreme poorness in the methods and means of displaying these artifacts in the place, which are supposed to attract the visitor in order to enjoy their grandeur and antiquity during their Egypt Easter Tours.

Work is currently underway to restore and maintain the museum at a cost of $5,027,600 to create an external drainage network for groundwater, prepare the basement as administrative offices, and develop the general site of the museum you can see that during Egypt Shore Excursions.

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 The shape of the Beni Suef museum is reminiscent of the Meidoum pyramid. Built in the El-Obour district, at the entrance to the governorate of Béni Suef, it covers an area of around 4,860 m2. It was opened to the public on 26 March 1997 by the Minister of Culture, Farouk Hosni1. First of all, let's take a look at our collections. The museum displays monuments from all periods, from prehistory to the dynasty of Mohamed Ali: the Old Kingdom, the Middle Kingdom, the New Kingdom, the Late Period, the Greco-Roman, Coptic and Islamic periods are well represented. The majority of the monuments (around 90%) come from the Beni Suef region: Ehnasia, El Heba, Meidoum, Abu Seir el Model, etc. The rest come from other Egyptian museums.

NB: The museum is open from 8am to 4pm every day of the year, including Fridays and public holidays. During the month of Ramadan, it closes at 3pm.


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