Memphis Historical Site, Giza Governorate

#14 of 24 in Historic Sites in Giza Governorate
World heritage site · Ruin · Tourist Spot
Memphis Historical Site boasts ancient sculptures and funerary monuments. Compared to the Giza pyramids, this is a small and isolated site best seen with a guide who can provide historical context and information on numerous artifacts. Highlights include a colossal statue of a pharaoh, an alabaster Sphinx--less known than its famous counterpart in Giza--and a step pyramid, a smaller predecessor of Giza's pyramids. Use our Al Badrashin online route planner to visit Memphis Historical Site on your trip to Al Badrashin, and learn what else travelers and our writers recommend seeing nearby.
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  • Ignore the negative reviews please, if you manage to travel as far as Egypt then this is a must see. Only a handful of tourists around due to COVID but wouldn’t have missed seeing this. Brilliant...  more »
  • Memphis was founded in 3000 BC and was the seat of royal power for over eight dynasties. Sadly, you won’t see any grandeur today. The open-air museum is somewhat underwhelming. Highlights include a...  more »

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