This is a museum of Lebanese national history. There are many treasures in it. There are two floors. The museum's heavyweight collections are unearthed in these places, with exquisite mosaics from Balbeck, exquisite sarcophagus from Tyre, famous stone statues and sculptures from Jubail. Museum controllers can't miss it. It's absolutely eye-opening.
There are two floors above and below the museum, and basement. Very few people are very quiet. Remind me that tickets only charge Lebanese pounds
alot of intreasting things to see
Friends interested in history and culture are worth visiting.
Beautiful environment and rich cultural relics are worth visiting.
Beirut, the capital of Lebanon, is known as Little Paris in the Middle East. It is located on a prominent promontory in the middle of Lebanon's coastline, backed by the Lebanese mountains, facing the Mediterranean Sea with a pleasant climate and picturesque scenery. Beirut is also famous for its long history and ancient culture. It is one of the cradles of the revival of modern Arab civilization. In Beirut's National Museum, people can see the cultural relics of different periods in history.