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Manial Palace Museum

1 Saray Street | Manyal, Cairo, Egypt
+20 2 368 7495
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Built by Prince Mohamed Ali (1875-1955), between 1901 and 1929, this palace complex houses six structures including a hunting museum belonging to the late King Farouk, the prince’s residence and furnishings and a beautiful garden.
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1 Saray Street | Manyal, Cairo, Egypt
+20 2 368 7495
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Reviewed 6 days ago

I really really enjoyed visiting the Manial Palace, and it was one of my highlights of visiting Egypt. Amazing architecture and history!

Thank Moka_travels
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

This was one unique visit. The palace is one of a kind ; as a cultural gem and an architictural jewel.each room tells a story and has its own character. The place reflects the unique personality of its owner...a genius and a person who appretiates...More

Thank Eman A
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This is the historic palace of Mohammed Ali, the founder of modern Egypt, and his family. There are a number of buildings on the site to tour whilst following beautiful garden pathways. Do not miss the throne room or the bedroom with the four poster...More

Thank ccastellar2017
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

This early 20th century palace built for Prince Muhammad Ali Tawfiq, is home for the prince personal collection of antiques, furniture, paintings, silver, clothes and etc. Some items of the collection goes back to the 16th century. The palace consists of 5 separate ottoman and...More

Thank Ahmed D
Reviewed 9 July 2017

If time is short in Cairo, you must get to the Manial Palace. We visited the Manial Palace on our last day in Cairo and what a wonderful finishing note. 5 separate buildings with over 100 rooms. And each room is individually decorated with ceramic,...More

Thank Brett C
Reviewed 7 May 2017

It's a good place to visit in Cairo if you have time. It took us a couple of hours to go through the palace at a slow pace (I was with my mother and we were both tired). It could be done in one hour....More

Thank Sara M
Reviewed 19 April 2017

Muhammad Ali Basha's palace, Inspired by many famous mansions in the world He was a collector The ruling room was for him as he should've been the ruler of Egypt and it's build after the ottoman style with the ottoman sun!

Thank Joe S
Reviewed 8 April 2017 via mobile

An amazing architecture, let's start with the tickets for Egyptians it costs 1 US dollar for non Egyptians almost 5 US dollars to use ur camera it will cost u 2.5 US dollars and I strongly recommend to get the camera access, nearest subway station...More

Thank Mohammed M
Reviewed 27 March 2017

This Prince never ruled in Egypt, but the palace and gardens are quite amazing. This site is in Cairo, so if you have time, go see it. The palace was completed in 1937. The surrounding gardens contain over 55 types of cacti and palm trees....More

Thank James A
Reviewed 4 March 2017

Don't miss this amazing palace.... amazing architecture, relaxing garden nice museums awesome colors everywhere a MASTER piece of art

1  Thank Marwa Z
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Response from nfret | Reviewed this property |
Hi Andrea for adult forefinger 100LE student 50LE for camera 50LE it opens from 9AM to 4PM you can visit many places there . Please if you have a question about the museum send to me.