Here at the Luxor Museum, you can discover ancient Egyptian history all under one roof. This modern building houses some of Egypt's most fascinating antiquities. Spaced around the floor are unique masterpieces, Egyptian sculptures, grave goods taken from Tutankhamen's tombs, the royal mummies of two Pharaohs - Ahmose and Ramses I and much much more. Walk around at your leisure in the spacious museum which prides itself on carefully selecting only the highest of quality and presenting its collection in a spacious and uncluttered way.
Karnak Temple, a dedication to the Theban gods is a collection of temples, sancturies, kiosks, pylons and obelisks. Enter via the remains of the "Avenue of the Sphinxes" which once connected Karnak to Luxor Temple almost 2 miles away.
The Luxor Temple is part of everyday modern city life in Luxor. Enjoy a pleasant walk in the many public gardens or along the Nile that lead to the Temple. This beautiful piece of architecture is even more magnificent when it is lit up at night. It is lovely to see a city where old and new are mixed together - this is a perfect example.