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We visited this museum as part of our Egyptian tour. The entry price is $100 Egyptian pounds.
Moving tribute to all sides involved in the Battle of El-Alamein!
The Australian 9th Division played a large role in this key battle in the 2nd World War.
When in the El Alamein area in northern Egypt, a visit to the El Alamein battlefields Military Museum is a must.
WW11 witnessed great historic events in El Alamein and visiting the museum enables oneself to realize and understand the magnitude of the war that...More
It is a nice museum. My teenagers enjoyed the museum’s presentation of the world historical event. The museum, although not very big, but gives a deep vision on the battle, soldiers’ life as well as facts and data. It has both an open air display...More
While visiting the commonwealth, German or Italian Alamein war cemeteries this museum is a must visit for background context. The courtyard features a number of heavy armour and artillery from both sides as well as aircraft including a famous spitfire. The inside is divided into...More
This is a good musem in north coast and I recommend people to visit it because it give us great insight about history and humankind. The musem contains masterpieces of authentic military equipment and it is good to see how people use to fight in...More
The museum was officially opened on December 16 1965.Recognition of the relationships between the sons and grandsons of the victims,to meet on the land of Egypt with love ,peace and cooperation,to call for peace everywhere.Very interesting and what harsh conditions for foreign troops not used...More
Walking in and outside of the museum will spark the worthlessness of war with wasted resources and lost life. But the museum does portray the tools of the trade and the powers that be involved in this futile gesture to conquer.
I stopped here after visiting the British cemetery. An important note is that the gates are locked if muslim prayer is being performed so make sure you come at the right time. I was expecting a tourist trap type place but it was quite the...More
It s not the first time for me to visit this place but I insisted to show it to my kids to know what wars do and how many person killed
The museuim has many halls fir video photos and weapons
Anyway it s an...More
Response from Jackie Bedford B | Reviewed this property |
there isn't a taxi rank or anything there, I would advise you ask the concierge at your hotel to arrange a taxi/driver to take you, wait for you and bring you back. If you do it through the hotel you will get a reliable... More
there isn't a taxi rank or anything there, I would advise you ask the concierge at your hotel to arrange a taxi/driver to take you, wait for you and bring you back. If you do it through the hotel you will get a reliable driver and a fixed cost.
Response from Gaile1958 | Reviewed this property |
Sorry, you do indeed know more than me, when we went there we spent most of the time in the actual muesum as it was extremely hot, I cannot think how you could find this information out though maybe try emailing the actual... More
Sorry, you do indeed know more than me, when we went there we spent most of the time in the actual muesum as it was extremely hot, I cannot think how you could find this information out though maybe try emailing the actual muesum itself.