The Egyptian Museum in Tahrir is being prepared with special pathways within the museum, as well as guiding boards and specialised seating.
The Egyptian Museum in Tahrir is currently undergoing renovations that will transform the historic building into an accessible institution. Considering it was built in 1901, it’s fair to say that its architecture - gorgeous though it may be - could use some updates for people with disabilities.
The museum is being prepared with special pathways within the museum, as well as guiding boards and specialised seating. These adjustments are scheduled for completion by the end of 2021.
The Egyptian Museum isn’t the only one getting some much-needed upgrades for guests with disabilities. As part of a plan laid out by the General Administration of Museum Education for People with Special Needs, the Royal Chariots Museum, Greco-Roman Museum, Kafr El-Sheikh Museum, and Antony Museum will also carry out renovations and install ramps for increased accessibility.