CAIRO – 8 September 2021: Director General of the Egyptian Museum in Tahrir Sabah Abdel Razzaq said that the development work in the Egyptian Museum in Tahrir is going well, and that it will end as scheduled at the end of 2021.
Currently, the museum is being provided with guiding boards and seating for visitors.
Abdel Razzaq further stated that the museum is being prepared with special paths for individuals with special needs to facilitate their movement inside the museum.
According to Abdel Razzaq, work is also underway to finalize the museum’s display scenario specifically in Hall 43 on the upper floor, which includes artifacts from the pre-historic era and the beginning of the Dynasties. That hall is scheduled to open soon.
The museum’s display scenario of the first floor of the museum, which includes nearly 200 artifacts, has been completed.
Director General of the Egyptian Museum in Tahrir Sabah Abdel Razzaq indicated that new caption cards are being made, to make it easier for visitors to know the history of the artifacts displayed in the museum, in addition to renovating the museum's various floors to bring it back to its original splendor.
Located in the heart of Cairo, the Egyptian Museum in Tahrir includes the largest collection of ancient Egypt's antiquities, as it contains more than 136,000 Pharaonic antiquities, and hundreds of thousands of antiquities in its stores.