About The Manial Palace Museum
The Manial Palace was believed to have been constructed for Prince Mohamed Ali between 1899 and 1929. Ali was the first cousin of Egypt's King Farouk and the younger brother of Khedive Abbas II Hilmi. It is built in the Art Nouveau architectural style and hosts a beautiful museum enjoyed by many tourists each year.
The museum has six main buildings, including one displaying Farouk's hunting awards and Prince Ali's mementos and belongings. It also has several old artifacts, including clothing items, jewelry, crafts, and ancient manuscripts, including a magnificent silver dining set and a table made of elephant ears. The museum is surrounded by lovely gardens that tourists love to visit.
There is also a hotel called the Meridian Hotel located on the historical grounds of the museum.
Seven days a week from 9 am to 4 pm.
100 EGP Adult, 50 EGP Student