petermc61 wrote:The Egyptian wing of the British Museum.
If you like Egyptology, then the Petrie museum is excellent. It is within the campus of UCL, but it is open to the public.
Curious one that - I've been to Paris about 4 times, and each time but one the d'Orsay was closed for some annoying reason, so I've only been in it once. Pity.Rob wrote:Musee D'Orsay in Paris. Phenomenal impressionist collection. The Art Institute in Chicago is a good second choice if you are in the US.
Discover half a million years of art and archaeology, from Egyptian mummies to modern art...
...an unrivalled collection of early scientific instruments in the world’s oldest surviving purpose-built museum building, the Old Ashmolean on Broad Street, Oxford
andreas777 wrote:I will visit the Egyptian Museum with its more than 150.000 artifacts this weekend or beginning of next week. Is there anything I should focus on?...
Lovemyguitar wrote:Have a great time!
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