Cairo Airport Museum

Cairo Airport Museums

There are two museums that can be found at Cairo International Airport in T2 and T3.

The museums offer visitors a glimpse into various periods of Egyptian history with an educational experience showcasing different times, from ancient Egyptian life to the eras of the Romans and Greeks.

Below you’ll find all the essential information for your visit to Cairo Airport Museums, including entry fees, visiting hours, services, and location.

Skip to: T2 Museum | T3 Museum

Terminal 2 Museum

The Terminal 2 Museum at Cairo Airport showcases a collection of 304 unique artifacts from ancient Egyptian, Greco-Roman, Coptic, Islamic, and modern eras.

Location: Terminal 2

Services Available: Gift shop, ATM, Wi-Fi, Parking, Cafe

Hours of operation: 24 Hours Daily

Entry Fees

Category:Entry Fee:Camera Holder Fee:Photography (Personal Use) Fee:
Foreigner$5 USDEGP 50EGP 20
Egyptian/ArabsEGP 25EGP 20EGP 10
Note: Free tickets, excluding Fridays, Saturdays, and public holidays, are available for seniors aged 60 and over, special needs individuals, orphaned children, and public school trips for primary and preparatory school students.

Terminal 3 Museum

The Terminal 3 Museum at Cairo Airport features a curated selection of 59 artifacts, offering glimpses into Egypt’s history across ancient, medieval, and modern times.

Location: Terminal 3, Fourth Floor

Services Available: Gift shop, Wi-Fi, Cafe, Parking, ATM

Entry Fee: EGP 25 (Egyptians & Arabs), $5 USD (Foreigners)

Hours of operation: 24 Hours

Entry Fees

Category:Entry Fee:
Foreigner$5 USD
Egyptian/ArabsEGP 25
Foreign Student EGP 25
Note: Free tickets, excluding Fridays, Saturdays, and public holidays, are available for seniors aged 60 and over, special needs individuals, orphaned children, and public school trips for primary and preparatory school students.

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • Refrain from touching exhibits or showcases.
  • No food or drinks in galleries, except for small water bottles.
  • Smoking is strictly prohibited throughout the museum.
  • Avoid disorderly, disruptive, and offensive language or actions.
  • Be mindful of others and maintain a quiet demeanor when using your cell phone.
  • Audio players are not permitted anywhere in the museum.
  • For exhibit safety, do not use flashlights or laser pointers.
  • Adhere to the specified dress code requirements.
  • Do not lay down on seats or the floor, and keep shoes on.
  • Adhere to all posted signs and visitor instructions.
  • Private photography is allowed after paying ticket fees.
  • Do not photograph other visitors or staff without consent.
  • Video recording in galleries is not allowed without appropriate ticket fees.
  • Commercial photography and video recordings require permission and payment.
  • Avoid flash photography.
  • Camera holder usage is allowed only after purchasing its ticket.
  • Children must always be accompanied by an adult in the museum.
  • Ensure children do not run, play, or bump into exhibits or visitors for safety.
  • Prohibited items include large bags, backpacks, or parcels over a certain size (specified); bags may be subject to search.
  • Additionally, the use of folding seats or portable seating without museum security permission, animals or pets, musical instruments, and advertising banners, placards, or signs without approval from authorities are also prohibited.
  • Follow staff instructions during emergencies.
  • During earthquakes, move away from objects that may fall.
  • Use only pencils for notes or sketching; pens and markers are prohibited.
  • Sketchbooks larger than 18 x 24 inches are not allowed.
  • Avoid blocking visitor paths; maintain gallery traffic flow.