Egyptian Museums - Zamalek Last updated on
Sunday 18th April 2010
Mahmoud Khalil Museum
1 Sharia Sheikh Marsafy
(opposite Gezira Club on the south side of the Marriott Hotel)
This excellent collection of 19th and 20th century art, including Rodin sculptures and French impressionist paintings Monet, Gauguin, Van Gogh, Toulouse Latrec and Pissaro, among others, as well as contemporary Egyptian art and ceramics, is housed in one of the properties once belonging to the royal family of Egypt. The Museum is named after Mohammed Mahmoud Khalil, who served as president of the Friends of the Arts Society in 1940.
Hours: Daily 9.00am-2.00pm
Admission: fees apply; there are special fees for students.
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