Kafr El-Sheikh Governorate, since the earliest historical times, had a large share of the contribution to the history of Egyptian civilization due to the presence of the city (Bhutto), which is now known as Tell Al-Faraeen, as it was the first capital of the first organized state in Lower Egypt. The museum aims to display the regional history and many artifacts that have been uncovered about it in Kafr El Sheikh Governorate, The museum includes three halls, which include the archaeological holdings that were found in the Great Bhutto Cemetery and the temple area, in which a number of important artifacts were uncovered that embody the story of the conflict between Horus and his uncle Six, in addition to other archaeological sites in Kafr El-Sheikh, including a statue of the deity Horus the Falcon is one of the most amazing statues that have been discovered in Egypt so far, and it is considered a unique copy that can only be matched by the one in the Edfu temple. A hall in the museum was also devoted to displaying the holdings that embody the period of the city of Sakha hosting the journey of the Holy Family during its visit to Egypt, in addition to displaying the history of science during different historical eras such as medicine, veterinary and pharmacy, as well as some topics related to the city of Fuwah, which has a rich Islamic heritage, as it includes all the cultural heritage of Kafr Sheikh as the third heritage city after Cairo and Rasheed.
Large bags, large backpacks, Luggage or parcels larger than 40x40cm are not permitted into the museum, but you will beallowed to store them in the cloakroom. Bags and backpacks may be subject to search at any time. Do not bring any sharp itemsor dangerous materials into the museum, such as knives, screwdrivers, scissors, and firearms. These items must be stored in the cloakroom. Do not bring umbrellas into the museum, please leave store them in the cloakroom. Do not bring folding seats or any other type of transportable seatinginside the galleriesbefore you obtain permission from the museum security. Animals or pets are not allowed to enter the museum. Musical instruments are not allowed inside the museum. Do not bring any advertising banners or carry placards or signs inside the museum unless you obtain approval from the concerned authorities.
Please do not touch any exhibits or showcases. Food and drinks are not allowed within the galleries, except for small water bottles. Smoking is prohibited throughout the museum. Please refrain from disorderly, disruptive, and offensive language or actions. Please be mindful of others, and be quiet when using your cell phone. Audio players are not permitted throughout the museum. For the safety of the exhibits, please do not use flashlights or laser pointers inside the museum. Appropriate attire is requested. Please do not lay down on seats or on the floor, and do notremove your shoes. Please follow all posted signs and visitor instructions.
Children must be accompanied by an adult insidethe museum at all times. For the safety of your children and the exhibits, please ensure that children do not run, play, or bump into exhibits or visitors.
Private photography is permitted inside the museum after paying ticketfees. Please refrain from taking photographs of other visitors or staff as it may violate their personal rights. Please refrain from taking video recordings (cell phone, cameras) in the galleries unless you have paid the appropriate ticket fees. Taking photographs and video recordings for commercial use (TV, cinema, programmes, advertising, documentary clips, et) are permitted only after obtaining permissionfrom the concerned authority and paying the daily rate. Please refrain from using flash photography. Please refrain from using tripods or monopods except for permitted commercial use
The use of pens and pen markersare prohibited in all galleries: only pencils may be used in taking notes or sketching. Sketchbooksexceeding 18 x 24 inches are not permitted. Please do not hinder visitor traffic flow in the galleries by blocking visitors or walking paths.
Last Ticket at 3 P.m