Kalabsha Temple and Nubian Museum Tour Start from $55
enjoy your Day Tour Kalabsha Temple and Nubian Museum Aswan. After pick up at your hotel, you will visit the Nubian Museum in Aswan, which houses monuments and artefacts from the long history of Nubian culture. You will then visit Kalabsha Temple, built in 30 BC on the site of a much older temple.
Happy Day Touring! Aswan’s Kalabsha Temple and Nubian Museum A representative from Sun Pyramids Tours will pick you up from your accommodation in Aswan so you can visit the Temple of Kalabsha, which was moved and then rebuilt on a hill close to the High-Dam site (Western Bank). The journey concludes at the eagerly anticipated Nubian Museum, which opened in 1997. This temple was initially constructed by Toutmosis II and Amenophis II at Kalabsha, 40 miles south of Aswan, and was repaired during the Roman invasion. Thousands of ancient artefacts that would have been lost in Lake Nasser’s waters are on show in this museum. The name of this museum is derived from the ancient Egyptian word Nbu, which means gold, in honour of the region’s renowned gold..