People tend to check in during these times:
In 1928 the museum first opened in the administration building of AMORC, but as the collection of artifacts grew, so did the museum.It was permanently moved here in 1995 W/all of Harvey Lewis’ pieces.
Architecturally inspired by the Temple of Amon at Karnak, it houses the largest collection of Egyptian artifacts in western North America from pre-dynastic times to Egypt's early Islamic era.
Been going here forever. Be sure you check out the cat mummies and kids should get a little passport for $.50 and get it stamped at each of the stations.
Download the audio tour from the website before entering :-)
I remember going here as a kid. Will have to check it out again!
Use your AAA card for an admission discount.
It's closed M and T
A little sadder and more run down than I remember from my youth. No mention of the audio tour or passport stamp when we paid. Make sure to bring a camera that can take non-flash pictures in low light.
There's an ankh outside.
Incredible collection of Egyptian artifacts. Check out the cat mummies
Get there before 5pm. Wed.-Sun.