NMEC Inaugurates Its Commercial Area

Raghad Khaled

The National Museum of Egyptian Civilization’s Commercial Area is Finally Here!

Last night, the Minister of Tourism and Antiquities, Ahmed Issa inaugurated the commercial area of the museum alongside the CEO of the museum’s Authority and members of the council.

Issa expressed his sincere thanks to the CEO of the Museum Authority for the remarkable work of his team, and to all the museum employees for their great efforts which resulted in generating revenues for the museum during the previous months.

Dr. Ahmed Ghoneim, CEO of the museum authority briefed the members of the council on the most prominent events and various cultural and scientific activities organized and hosted by the museum during the past month.

These activities include a number of events with the embassies of different foreign countries, including art exhibitions and events to celebrate the anniversary of the entry of the Holy Family into Egypt.

All You Need to Know About the Commercial Area:

This area includes a children’s museum, called Kemet Kids, one out of three projects that Kemet Company provides.

The museum includes activities for the usage of crafts for weaving and jewelry in the Pharaonic era for children, in which children participate in designing.

It will also present the play Hatshepsut in the museum’s grand theater, which narrates the story of the Queen.

The museum will also screen a historical short film in Arabic and English about Egyptian civilization.

This is in addition to a number of different shops, which have so far reached 12 stores of different sizes, all of which sell luxurious Egyptian industry products, including accessories and ornaments, arabesque artifacts, sweets, textiles, and children’s toys, in addition to a store dedicated to the products of the Treasures Company and Factory of Antique Reproductions.


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