1. Located on the north side of the center of Khartoum near the bank of the Blue Nile;
2. The museum is small, with a total of two floors. Each floor is an exhibition hall. The first floor is mainly the archaeological discoveries of ancient Egyptian tombs. It requires a bit of knowledge of ancient Egyptian history to understand. The second floor is the Christianity of the Sudan in the Roman era. mural;
3. Most people think that the exhibition hall is over after the visit, and it was withdrawn early. The fact is that there are three ancient Egyptian temples (18th Dynasty) outside the main hall of the museum, which were moved directly from the original site, although they are preserved The degree of integrity is not comparable to that of Egypt, but it is not bad to leave a little trace in the harsh natural environment of Sudan;
4. Tickets are 10 Sudanese pounds, about ￥1.1, and Sudanese locals are 5 pounds, so the Sudanese are still very sincere. Unlike other Middle Eastern countries, foreign tourists tickets are 6-7 times more expensive than domestic tourists, not to mention India The tickets for foreign tourists in Sri Lanka are more than 20 times more expensive than the tickets for domestic tourists.
Sudan history is absolutely great, here you can have scope on it. lovely time
If you want to know more about sudan and its history just all you need to visit this place.. The easiest way to go there by taxi
Sudan National Museum, is a good place to visit, but need more development.