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Petrie Museum of Egyptian Archaeology, London

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4.5/5 based on 130 reviews on the web
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  • This museum has an large and extensive collection of Egyptian artifacts. There are no mummies, but many more items than the Brittish Museum. The are drawers and drawers of artifacts. Sometimes the rel...  read more »
  • This is a tiny museum full of Egyptian (and roman) objects sited currently adjacent to the UCL science library. Access is through the library. It has the oldest cloth dress in the world. There is a mu...  read more »
  • A bit hard to find on the university campus, but well worth it. An amazing display of Flinders Petrie's collection, including the Tarkan dress, the worlds oldest Egyptian garment. Free entry too! 
  • A great place to have a view of egyptian objects, and how they are studied. Bear in mind the museum is more of a study resource than a proper display for big audiences, so everything is categorised and organised slightly different than other museums would.
  • This is a deeply personal collection , made by the man who revealed and revered Ancient Egypt.
  • Old-school museum with cabinets of archaeological finds by one of the founders of archaeology. Must for anyone interested in Egyptology.
  • Good place for those who are interested in history
  • Very interesting, especially if you are a bit into Egyptology, and completely free. Definitely worth a visit if you are in the area.
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