The Egyptian Museum is a treasure house of ancient Egyptian relics with a long history of more than 3,000 years. Although it does not have the magnificence of the Mausoleum of the First Emperor of Qin, it has shown the restraint and wisdom of the ancient Egyptians. The stones here are hard because there is no water! The most interesting thing is the sarcophagus (the inside is empty). The most interesting thing is that the Sphinx’s ears are very big. The tour guide said that it can hear all kinds of small sounds, so everyone can only see, listen, not talk! The mummies I saw had no faces! You have to pay to enter to watch, take photos separately!
Admission TicketsFrom AU$17.67
The Egyptian Museum is a brick-red building with a large pool in front of the building. There are two representative plants of Egypt: lotus and papyrus.
There are also many cultural relics scattered in the large garden in front of the museum, it is really cultural relics everywhere! ! There are more than 60,000 cultural relics on display in the museum (most of the more than 300,000 cultural relics in the collection are in the underground warehouse), and stepping into it is almost surrounded by cultural relics! Not to mention that the visit time of more than 2 hours is short. If you "look" carefully, it is estimated that you can't finish it in 3 days and 3 nights.
Tourists who have not bought a photography ticket cannot bring the camera through the security check.
There is a small special exhibition hall for mummies on the second floor of the museum. You need to purchase an extra 100 Egyptian pound tickets. Interested friends should not miss it, but photos are not allowed inside.
Photography is prohibited in the Tutankhamun exhibition hall.
The Egyptian Museum, located in the center of Barcelona’s Eixample, has one of the most important collections of ancient Egyptian art and handicrafts in Europe. You can freely explore many of its attractions throughout the day.
The 2,000-square-meter exhibition space exhibits nearly 1,000 cultural relics, including sarcophagi, mummies, jewelry and amulets. Each exhibit allows visitors to learn more about the daily life and popular customs of the pharaoh. Visitors can take part in a guided tour of the collections led by Egyptian antiquities scholars to learn more about this ancient civilization. In addition to the regular exhibits and short-term exhibitions, other activities can also allow visitors to explore the exhibits in an entertaining way, such as a guided evening tour where actors reenact Egyptian scenes, and a guided tour of Egyptian food where you can taste the daily food of ancient Egypt .
Some people who came here admiringly lined up for a while and rented an interpreter. There are many things, but I think most of them have been seen. This museum seems to be the largest Egyptian museum in Europe. You can go and see if you like it, forget it if you don’t have time.
An attraction that is very worth visiting, it is a favorite place for artists. There are many exhibits that are very interesting and very good.