Purchase your ticket for admission to the Open Air Museum at the kiosk outside the Open Air Museum.
- The Open Air Museum is wheelchair accessible, with the exception of the second floor (viewing platform) of the Ramesses II building.
- Wheelchair accessible restrooms can be found at the Open Air Museum.
- The museum is suitable for audiences of all ages.
- The Open Air Museum is accessible for child buggies.
- Children should be kept under close supervision at all times.
- Male, female and wheelchair accessible restrooms are available at the Open Air Museum. These have been recently renovated.
- There are numerous gifts and souvenirs to be found at the bazaar inside of the Open Air Museum.
There are several cafés in the surrounding town of Mit-Rahina.
- Adjacent to the Open Air Museum are two independently run cafés serving traditional tea and coffee, as well as soft drinks and snacks.
- There is a large car park situated outside of the Open Air Museum, with space for large vehicles and coach parties.
- Parking is free.
- There is a small gender divided mosque at the Open Air Museum
Memphis welcomes visits from school parties. If you would like to find out more or book a school visit, please contact one of our representatives:
- 01124331124 – Mobile
- 0238024088 – Landline
School visits can be self-led, but alternatively a free tour is available on request with a school party booking.
- There are always Ministry of Antiquities inspectors on duty at the Open Air Museum. They are happy to provide tours to visitors upon request. If you would like a tour, simply ask for an inspector after passing through security and entering the Open Air Museum. These tours are only available in Arabic.
- If you do not have a tour guide, do not worry. The Open Air Museum has many information panels to help you explore Memphis. You can find out more about the site before your visit on our Explore and Learn pages.