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Pharoah's Palace
Pharoah's Palace

26 Kasr Al Nile Fifth Floor Next To (1.7 km from Gayer-Anderson Museum)

Situated in Cairo Pharoah's Palace features accommodation with private balconies. Among the facilities of this property are a restaurant a 24-hour front desk and a shared kitchen along with free WiFi. The hostel has family rooms.

Very good 118 reviews
Osiris Hotel Cairo
Osiris Hotel Cairo

49 Nobar Street Downtown Bab El Lou (1.8 km from Gayer-Anderson Museum)

Located in Downtown Cairo Osiris Hotel is just a 500 metres walk from the Egyptian Museum. It offers free Wi-Fi in public areas and a roof-top terrace that offers views of downtown Cairo. The bright air-conditioned rooms are simply furnished.

Very good 245 reviews
Garden Season Hotel
Garden Season Hotel

8 Ibrahim Naguib Garden City (2.0 km from Gayer-Anderson Museum)

Garden Season Hotel features air-conditioned rooms with flat-screen TV in the Garden City district of Cairo. Among the facilities of this property are a restaurant a 24-hour front desk and room service along with free WiFi.

Superb 109 reviews
Sunset Hostel Cairo
Sunset Hostel Cairo

(2.0 km from Gayer-Anderson Museum)

Average 184 reviews
Happy City Hotel
Happy City Hotel

92 C Mohamed Farid St Abdin Sq. (2.1 km from Gayer-Anderson Museum)

Located in Cairo city centre just a few minutes walk from the Egyptian Museum this 3-star hotel boasts a strategic position directly in front of the Mohamed Najeeb underground station.

Pleasant 17 reviews
Amin Hotel
Amin Hotel

Falaky Square 38 (2.2 km from Gayer-Anderson Museum)

Stop at Amin Hotel to discover the wonders of Cairo. Both business travelers and tourists can enjoy the property's facilities and services. Service-minded staff will welcome and guide you at Amin Hotel.

Pleasant 71 reviews
Amin Hotel
Amin Hotel

Falaky Square 38 (2.2 km from Gayer-Anderson Museum)

Located in Cairo 300 metres from AUC Main Campus Amin Hotel features a shared lounge. Boasting a 24-hour front desk this property also provides guests with a sun terrace. The restaurant serves steakhouse and local as well as Middle eastern dishes.

Very good 1251 reviews
Golden Star Hostel
Golden Star Hostel

11 Sherif Basha In Front Of El Lewa (2.2 km from Gayer-Anderson Museum)

Set in Cairo 1.1 km from Tahrir Square Golden Star Hostel features air-conditioned rooms and a terrace. Among the facilities at this property are a 24-hour front desk and a shared kitchen along with free WiFi throughout the property.

Very good 187 reviews

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The Gayer-Anderson Museum in Cairo is an iconic museum located in the heart of the city. It was built in 1632 by Muhammed Ali Pasha, a powerful Ottoman governor and founder of Egypt's modern dynasty. The museum is named after two British officers, Major Robert and Captain John Gayer-Anderson, who occupied the building until 1942.

The museum houses an impressive collection of artifacts belonging to various ancient Egyptian dynasties including Pharaonic artifacts, Roman and Coptic artifacts as well as Islamic art pieces. The most remarkable pieces include a magnificent wooden door from the 18th Dynasty, painted ceilings dating back to the Mamluk period and several wooden screens decorated with intricate Islamic artworks. It also displays a vast number of coins and ceramic objects from various countries.

Apart from its historical significance, Gayer-Anderson Museum is renowned for its stunning architecture which integrates elements of both French and Oriental styles. Visitors can admire the beautiful stained glass windows located on the first floor and admire its grand staircase that leads up to an uncovered courtyard surrounded by small rooms full of antiques and curiosities collected by the two officers throughout their stay in Egypt.

Moreover, visitors can learn about life during the Muhammad Ali period by visiting the make-shift hospital set up by Major Gayer Anderson for wounded soldiers during World War II or ponder upon his eclectic collection of books housed in a special library room filled with rare manuscripts.

A visit to Gayer-Anderson Museum is not only a journey into ancient civilizations but also an opportunity to explore one man’s quest for knowledge as he sought to collect extraordinary objects from all corners of the world while weaving together different cultural influences into one harmonious whole.