By air-conditioned vehicle, you will be transferred to visit the Nubian Museum, considered one of the most important Egyptian museums. Featuring exhibits and artifacts from the surrounding sites, the Museum opened its doors in November 1997. This Museum displays thousands of antiquities that would have been lost under the waters of Lake Nasser. This Museum takes its name from the ancient Egyptian Nbu, meaning gold, about the area’s famous gold mines. Moreover, you will enjoy scenes of Nubian life demonstrated with various life-size displays. The architecture of the Museum and the enclosure walls are intended to show traditional Nubian village architecture, as it was along the Nubian Nile before Lake Nasser flooded the region. You will see some of the most important artifacts before allowing you free time to explore the Museum. The building is set within a landscape, on graded levels, with a sequence of waterfalls. When the waterway reaches the lower part of the garden, it divides into two branches to surround an open-air stage and theater. The remaining 43,000 square meters have been planted with palm trees, flowers, and climbing plants spread over natural rocks.