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Tours to Museum of Islamic Arts
BOOK WITH VIATOR Islamic Art museum , Ibn Tulun mosque , Moez street and Khan El Khalili market
Tours from $72 ›
BOOK WITH VIATOR Journey through Islamic Cairo- Islamic Museum, Al Azhar & Moez street + lunch
Duration: 6h - 8h
Tours from $119 ›
BOOK WITH VIATOR Day Tour to Islamic Cairo and the Museum of Islamic Art
Duration: 6h - 8h
Tours from $40 ›
Likely to sell out BOOK WITH VIATOR Egyptian Antiquities Museum & Coptic and Islamic art Museums Tour
Tours from $100 ›
BOOK WITH VIATOR Full day to Islamic Cairo-Mohamed Ali Palace- Al azhar Park-Islamic Museum
Tours from $74 ›
BOOK WITH VIATOR Abdeen Presidential Palace Museums & Islamic Art Museum Private tour - Cairo
Tours from $60 ›
BOOK WITH VIATOR Private Tour to Museum of Islamic Art & National Museum of Civilization - Cairo
Duration: 6h - 7h
Tours from $60 ›
BOOK WITH VIATOR Private Tour to National Museum of Civilization and Museum of Islamic Art -Cairo
Tours from $60 ›
Museum of Islamic Arts reviews
Better than museum of Egyptian antiquities. We spent bulk of time here and after lunch afternoon in the antiquities museum. This beat it hands down for its stunning exhibits and architecture. Less...
Better than museum of Egyptian antiquities. We spent bulk of time here and after lunch afternoon in the antiquities museum. This beat it hands down for its stunning exhibits and architecture. Less... more »
It amazing things inside yhis Museum, we did enjoyed o much , i like to see s deferent civilisations great tour
It amazing things inside yhis Museum, we did enjoyed o much , i like to see s deferent civilisations great tour more »
The best museum I've ever been to and I've been to plenty! It's informative, clean and has a vast collection of items. It has many sign posts and plaques sharing the stories of iconic people and...
The best museum I've ever been to and I've been to plenty! It's informative, clean and has a vast collection of items. It has many sign posts and plaques sharing the stories of iconic people and... more »
Surprised that such a wonderful building and collection does not have many visitors. It is very well organised and looked after. Very clean throughout with air conditioning,Highly recommend! The shadows from the windows of the museum is another layer of art itself!
If you're interested in historical stuff, this is a good place to go. There's a lot of things you can appreciate inside the museum, i loved the art. Unfortunately they closed 30min before the schedule mentioned in the entrance. You will pay the half of the price if you're student, so do not forget to take with you the student card :)
With its remarkable collection of rare woodwork and plaster artifacts, as well as metal, ceramic, glass, crystal, and textile objects from all over the Islamic world, the Museum of Islamic Art (MIA) in Cairo, Egypt, is regarded as one of the greatest museums in the world. In 25 Halls, the museum has recently displayed roughly 4,500 artifacts, although it actually holds more than 100,000 items, with the remaining being stored. Rare Qur'anic manuscripts with some writing in silver ink and pages with ornate borders are included in the collection.
I was surprised! It’s old building (1903, Architect: Alfonso Manescalo Bey) looks very modern and harmonious! Museum exposition was reorganised three times and has a logical and interesting plan. Simple navigation through the ages motivated you to know more about Islam culture code. Participants get in touch with various directions of decorative applied art and visual arts. The collection is tastefully presented and NOT tiring, you find in each location something interesting and new for yourself. Courteous and attentive service, thanks to the museum staff. You must visit this museum, the power of ART unites the world!
this is my favorite museum in Egypt, very well organized, so many interesting things, i especially like all the tiny Qurans. mostly inside but a very nice courtyard as well. Modern, clean, definitely worth visiting if you are in Cairo
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