Leader Jamal Abdel Nasser Museum
The late leader Abdel-Nasser Museum is located in the Manshia al-Bakri district of New Egypt. This museum is the home where Abdel Nasser resided, and after the late leader's wife died on 25 March 1990, it was handed over to the Egyptian State by his children to be transformed into a museum. It is a ground floor featuring a salon in which Leader Abdel Nasser received presidents and leaders, and the second floor was reserved for family members, to which others did not go.
The Leader Jamal Abdel Nasser Museum has a dedicated aspect to the house of Leader Jamal Abdel Nasser with all its contents, which includes furniture for his home, which includes the living room, office suite, bedroom, salon suite and sleeping suite in the top floor. It also has a historic aspect reviews the most important events from the revolution of 23 July 1952 to the death of the leader Jamal Abdel Nasser in addition to the third aspect that is devoted to the presentation of the belongings of the late President Jamal Abdel Nasser and his personal documents, property and holdings like his personal and family photographs, his clothes, photographic cameras, pens and clothing, collections of decorations, textures and souvenirs that he obtained whether from kings or heads of friendly States, or from individuals and national institutions.