Alexandria National Museum
Alexandria National Museum Review
A small but high-quality collection of artifacts includes items found under the waters of the Western Harbor during recent marine archaeological projects. The display galleries cover every era of the city's long history and include Christian pieces, Islamic arts and crafts, and more recent information about Alexandria's colonial era. The early-20th-century Italianate palace that houses the museum, designed by a French architect, is a prime example of this colonial past.
- Address: 110 Shar'a el Horreya, El Shallalat, Alexandria, 21514
- Phone: 03/483–5519
- Cost: E30
- Hours: Daily 9–4
- Location: Downtown and Raml Station