The Crocodile Museum is located next to the Kom Ombo temple, north of Aswan. This museum has highlighted the crocodile-headed god Sobek since it was opened in 2012. Its main exhibition hall displays the mummified mummies of Nile crocodiles. The longest crocodile was 4.30 m, while the smallest was 2 m.
In addition to a collection of crocodile fetuses, eyes, and golden and ivory teeth of mummified crocodiles. The museum also shows statues of different sizes of the god Sobek and a tomb model that simulates what was discovered in the Shutb cemetery. It shows the burial methods and the pottery coffins that contained this sacred animal's mummy.