The Mini Egypt Park is located in Makadi Bay and is a very popular tourist attraction, especially with families. If your children are too young to visit Cairo and Luxor but you want to show them that there is more to Egypt than the seaside resorts, then a visit to Mini Egypt Park is an excellent and fun way to do so.
See beautiful miniature models of Egypt’s most famous monuments and sights as your guide accompanies you through the park, explaining the history of each exhibit. Travellers will even get to visit the two gigantic rock temples at Abu Simbel, the Aswan High Dam, the Temple of Edfu, the Karnak Temple in Luxor, the Giza Pyramids and the Sphinx statue.
Moving on around the park, you will arrive at the Cairo area – with its famous Tahrir Square (also known as Martyr Square), the Cairo Tower, a Roman amphitheatre, the magnificent El Montaza Palace and the Egyptian Museum (which houses a collection of 55 tiny works of art donated by various artists over the years). Each of the fibreglass models here is accompanied by a brief description, available to read in several different languages.