Amenities

Free WiFi:

No

Open Air:

No

Pets Allowed:

No

Smoking:

No

Car Parking:

Yes

Family Friendly :

Yes

 Allow Kids (+2 years)

Single Person Entry:

Yes

About Manasterly Palace

Al Manasterly palace is situated in the south western corner at the end of Al Rawda island. It is the remaining part of a development built by Hassan Fouad Al Manasterly Pasha 1851 A.D./267A.H.. His mosque where he is buried is situated near the palace. On the left side stands the Nilometer that dates back to 861A.D./247A.H. in the reign of Caliph Al-Mutawakkil `Ala Allah Al Abbasi, bestowing more beauty and significance on the place. The palace consists of a main rectangular hall 12m x 24,40m that directly opens to the outside through a door in the southeastern wall preceded by a four-step marble case. The terrace covers the northeastern and the southwestern sides. The palace’s present main gate is located in the northwestern side. The second hall is located to the west of the main hall. It has been divided into three halls. Northern to this hall lies a rectangular room. Southern to the same hall there is a bathroom and another rectangular room. A terrace overlooking the Nile surrounds the building from the west and intersects in the end with the southwestern terrace.

What is Included (for free)

Musical concerts.

Enjoy a palace tour viewing the amazing architecture, the mesmerising ceilings and the marvellously built floors and ornaments.

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Location


Go there with Uber

Rules & Notices

- Recommended Duration: 2h 30 min.
- Tickets price: 10 EGP for Egyptians, 20 EGP for non Egyptians.



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