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The Royal Jewelry Museum is a museum that displays the jewelry of the royal families that ruled Egypt, the palace was built from 1919 AD until 1923 AD and it was attributed to the noble Fatima Haider, one of the nobles of the family.

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nora shoieb
nora shoieb
December 30, 2022
I have always wanted to visit this place. It's not too big and everything has a description so you won't need a help or guide.nI wasn't interested in jewelry as much as the windows, walls and ceiling. Everything is unique and I haven't seen them at any of the museums or palaces i visited.nI was really amazed and I am sure you would love going there too.
Mohamed Halim
Mohamed Halim
August 22, 2022
lot of great memories stamped in my mind since 1996/7/8/9.nduring my last visit, unfortunately air condition replaced by stand fans which not even swinging on that very hot weather!ndisplayed items were doesn't match what i saw on 90s. didn't feel that displayed item's reflects museum name.nnunfortunately my kids plamed me for this visit ud83dude15nnHopefully next visit will be impressed
noha bash
noha bash
August 2, 2022
Transports you into a different time a 100 years ago with the breathtaking architecture & attention to details, no wall, floor or roof is left plain!nnIn addition to all the amazing details of the palace itself, the jewelries are such rare & exquisite items, youu2019ll be left in awe.nnThe museum is well organized, youu2019ll be wearing protective covers over your shoes to protect the flooring, the staff will tell you all the instructions, thereu2019s always a tour guide going around providing extra information & interesting anecdotes as you go!
noha bash
noha bash
August 2, 2022
Transports you into a different time a 100 years ago with the breathtaking architecture & attention to details, no wall, floor or roof is left plain!nnIn addition to all the amazing details of the palace itself, the jewelries are such rare & exquisite items, you’ll be left in awe.nnThe museum is well organized, you’ll be wearing protective covers over your shoes to protect the flooring, the staff will tell you all the instructions, there’s always a tour guide going around providing extra information & interesting anecdotes as you go!
Hany Shendy
Hany Shendy
May 16, 2022
Small but elegant place to exhibit collection of royal jewelries. Walls and ceiling are decorated with Renesas paintings. Entry fee is 30 LE for Egyptians. They give you plastic bags to cover your shoes. Nice place to visit.
AHMED REFFAT
AHMED REFFAT
March 26, 2022
The 99-years old palace houses part of the royal Jewelry collection of the former royal house of the Mohammed Ali Dynasty. Many necklaces, bracelets, tiaras, earrings of diamonds and precious stones are on show. It is a must visit for any tourist or visitor to Alexandria. The palace itself is a beautiful structure built on Italian style.
Aloof Nerd
Aloof Nerd
March 7, 2022
Love this museum, it's a beautiful building which houses an impressive collection of 19th and 20th century jewelry from various royal and elite members of society.nnThere's a lot of room for improvement, but this is one of my favorite places to visit in Alexandria.
Ahmed Habeeb
Ahmed Habeeb
February 26, 2022
The museum is very beautiful from the inside as well as from the outside. The only issue is that there isnu2019t much jewelry as youu2019d think it would be. But overall itu2019s very nice place to visit in a short period of time during your day.
Abdulrahman Qazzaz
Abdulrahman Qazzaz
February 8, 2022
Amazing museum that was a royal palace in the past with incredible European architecture and amazing interior design with every room’s ceiling having beautiful frescos and great ornamental walls, the museum exhibits the Jewelry and valuable items from the Egyptian royal family and also alongside paintings of the members of the royal family, i highly recommend visiting this beautiful museum here in Alexandria and for me it’s on the top of the tourist attractions here in the city.
Nermine Halim
Nermine Halim
January 18, 2022
Shows the elegant life of the Royals when they ruled Egypt.nFelt like I'm in a fairly tale , wished that my family would have been with me we would have commented on every piece together , I'm sure the chess would have been a big convo starter.nLove itnA must see in Alexandria.
Samara Peters
Samara Peters
January 16, 2022
The jewelry is lovely, but really the magic is in the palace itself. Definitely look at the amazing displays, but don't forget to look at the walls and ceiling too. The upstairs bathroom is also incredible!
Alaa ElMahrakawy
Alaa ElMahrakawy
October 22, 2021
It's incredible! A must see if you are in Alex. The ceilings are all incredibly painted and the jewels are beautiful and the floors are all unique. The royal bathroom is an art piece. So amazing! Would go again
Noureldin Ahmed
Noureldin Ahmed
September 12, 2021
I would say that the Royal jewellery Museum was a good experience for me yet kids might find it boring. The place simply has portraits of old Kings and Queens of eygpt and some jewellery owned by them. They are all behind glass and there is a brief information about each object presented.
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November 20, 2020
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