Museo Egizio

December 28, 2017 | Activities, Italy, Turin

Located in the heart of Turin, the museum was officially founded in 1824 and houses the second most important collection of Egyptian antiquities after the Egyptian museum in Cairo. The huge collection is of extreme importance and value, which includes the famous black granite statue of Ramses II and the tomb of Kha. Today there are over 6,000 objects on display to the general public, including statues, mummies and objects of daily Egyptian life. Free entry to visitors on their birthday and baby changing facilities available. Closed Monday, open Tuesday-Sunday: 08.30-19.30

Recommended by:

Lyn Gladwin

Contact Details:

Via Accademia delle Scienze, 6, 10123 Torino / +39 011 561 7776 / www.museoegizio.it

One response to “Museo Egizio”

  1. MumAbroad says:

    An incredible collection to be found here. Very interesting and engaging although can get very crowded due to its popularity. (Lyn Gladwin)

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