Sharm El Sheikh Museum provides its visitors with a free entry pass on Sunday, 31st October, on the occasion of the first anniversary of the museum’s opening.
Maryam Said, the museum’s general supervisor, said that this decision is part of the museum’s celebration. In addition, several activities will be hosted at the place for a week, including workshops for students about painting, folk games, and ancient Egyptian hieroglyphs.
It is worthy to mention that Sharm El Sheikh Museum includes 5200 artefacts, including a huge head of pink granite statue belonging to Goddess Hathor, a collection of Sphinx statues, ten artefacts that belong to Tutankhamun, and a statue depicts Eros while haunting deer, alongside hundreds of antiquities that date back to 4th BC’s Alexandria.
Contributed by: Rana Atef