Libya Tour Guide: Tripoli's Castle and Museums

Libya Tour Guide: Tripoli's Castle and Museums Last updated on Thursday 22nd April 2010

The Castle is open daily until 2pm and contains a library and museum. It also commands spectacular views over the old city. Entrance is free.

The Castle Museum is situated about 500m away and contains artifacts from Libya's ancient history, with Phoenician, Greek and Roman exhibits. A display devoted to modern history occupies the top floor. The museum is open every weekday from 8am to 2pm. An entrance fee is charged.

The Medina Museum is housed in a renovated building and contains a library, and interesting illustrated displays. The museum is open every weekday from 8am to 2pm, and entrance is free.

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