Mummification Museum in Luxor

Mummification Museum in Luxor where you live charming time with 150 ancient pharaonic pieces, more than sixty pieces in 19 glass display windows, a lecture hall, and a video explanation room. The museum also displays the sign “the ankh”, the symbol of life, which is believed to be taken from the shape of the sandal straps worn by the ancient Egyptian, and colored wood of the eighteenth family found in the tomb of Amenhotep II in the Valley of the Kings, next to the column “Jed” symbol of stability and continuity, and may have represented The “grandfather” in the Old Kingdom with pillars supporting the heavens, and sometimes it was referred to as the backbone of the idol “Osiris.”
This museum is located on the Nile Corniche north of the Luxor Temple, and this museum is the first of its kind in the world.
The opening hours of the Mummification Museum are from 9 am to 9 pm, and the entry fee for the Mummification Museum costs 100 LE.
When seeing all these tools in the Mummification Museum, you will know the usage of each piece by the explanations of the pharaohs themselves, reading the messages that they had written with their hands on the hanging papyrus, that describe the mummification process from placing the body in the mummification bed, and do the whole steps of the process, then doing the funeral procession rituals and procedures that follow from death to burial, and viewing the mission of transferring the mummy by the funeral boat to transport the deceased across the Nile to the western mainland.

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