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Petrie Museum

The Petrie Museum houses an estimated 80,000 objects, making it one of the largest collections of Egyptian and Sudanese archaeology in the world.

It illustrates life in the Nile Valley from prehistoric times to the time of the pharaohs, the Ptolemeic, Roman and Coptic period until the Islamic period.

This relatively unknown museum is well worth a visit!

Like most museums in London, this museum is also free of charge.

Opening Hours

Tuesday – Saturday from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.

How to get there

Euston Square
Euston Square (Stop P): 18, 73, 205, 390
Gower Place, Warren Street Station
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