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Luxor Museum and Mummification Museum are left off many sightseeing itineraries, yet both offer deep insight into Egypt’s ancient past. This private half-day tour takes you to both, and with a personal Egyptologist guide to give extra background. View the antiquities and mummies at Luxor Museum, and see the tools, techniques, and results of ancient mummification at the Mummification Museum. Entrance fees and private air-conditioned hotel and port transfers are included for a complete experience. Private half-day Luxor Museum and Mummification Tour in Luxor View the Middle and New Kingdom treasures and mummies at Luxor Museum See how ancient Egyptians preserved the dead at the Mummification Museum Gain insight into the displays from your own Egyptologist guide Ideal for history buffs and families Includes entry fees, private transport, and hotel and port pickup and drop-off


Pick up and return services from Luxor Hotel / Nile Cruise

All transfers by private air-conditioned vehicle

Entry/Admission – Luxor Museum

Entry/Admission – Luxor Mummification Museum

Shopping tours in Luxor bazaars during the tour

Bottled water during the tour

Professional Egyptologist tour guide

All service charges and taxes

Any extras not mentioned in the itinerary
Personal expenses
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Stop At:   Luxor Museum Your professional Egyptologist local Tour guide will be waiting for you at your Luxor hotel / Nile Cruise lobby and start your tour to visit Luxor Museum. Inaugurated in 1975, the wonderful museum has a well-chosen collection of antiquities dating from the Middle Kingdom (2055 BC – c. 1650 BC) mostly gathered from the Theban temples and necropolis. There is a new extension to Luxor museum “the Glory of Thebes” inaugurated in 2004, there are two royal mummies of Ahmose I and Ramses I of the New Kingdom (1570 – 1050 BC), some fantastic collection dating back to the time of the New Kingdom.

Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes

Admission Ticket Included

Stop At:   Mummification Museum Continue to visit Luxor Mummification Museum, opened to the public in 1997, the small museum displays human and animal mummies, tools used in the mummification process, explaining the art of mummification, a practice believed by the ancient Egyptians to be a critical part for the eternal life, examples of the types of objects traditionally buried with the dead.

Duration: 1 hour

Admission Ticket Included

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