Beautifully restored and so amazed to see where it was found and what good condition it's in and to get an idea of how it looked thousands of years ago
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If you are there to see the pyramids, a pit stop at the solar boat museum is well worth your time....before you go - make sure you understand what this type of "solar boat" means. have a guide.
also it is visit will be part from visiting pyramids and sphinx but do not miss it you will enjoy with Pharaohs creativity
This boat was recovered from a tomb and is reassembled exactly like it would have been. It's held together by ropes which is pretty cool. You can see it at all levels. Well worth the stop.
The faraos real life boat-painstakingly taken apart and buried in the rock and covered with sand has been reassembled. Imagine what an impressive boat-many thosand years before the vikings-and a much larger vessel. Should be seen by everbody with some interrest of history etc
Entry to the museum is behind the Great Pyramid. Entry fee is LE60 and cameras are not allowed inside. The first level of the museum are some artefacts found at the site as well as the actual boat pit with some of the stones found...More
One of the 5 boats buried with Cheops and reconstructed with the remains found intact and new materials identical to the one used at the time.
We went with a small tour group to visit the boat museum. I highly recommend going with a guide to explain everything. I enjoyed hearing about why the boats were built and what they were supposed to accomplish for the dead kings. The boat exhibit...More
I am glad that we decided to have a look on our second visit to the Giza Plateau, found it very informative. I hope they expand it because it was small and you have to pay a separate ticket to see it. I heard that...More