Egyptian Museums - Luxor Last updated on
Sunday 18th April 2010
Luxor Museum of Ancient Egyptian Art
Considered one of the finest museums in all of Egypt, this contains a collection of objects from Thebes dating from prehistory to the Islamic period.
Hours: Daily 3.00-9.00pm
Admission: fees apply (an additional fee to visit the hall containing the recently discovered statues)
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