Explore our underground rock-cut tomb and learn more about the funerary beliefs of the ancient Egyptians.
Modeled after several rock-cut tombs found at the Beni Hasan cemetery site in Middle Egypt, this tomb was constructed to show a style found during the Middle Kingdom (2066 – 1650 BCE). Beni Hasan was a popular burial site during the Middle Kingdom with Nomarchs – provincial administration officials. This area houses over thirty tombs, of which only a few are open to the public. This composite replica contains many images from the tomb of Khnumhotep II – a nomarch of the Twelfth Dynasty.
Wednesday - Friday: 3:00 PM
Saturday and Sunday: 1:30 PM and 4:30 PM
Adults and Children from 10 to 55* $9.00
Adults 55 and older $7.00
Students with ID $7.00
Children from 5 to 9 $5.00
Children that are 4 and under are free!
Free Admission for the last hour!