Beirut Downtown, Corniche and National Museum Tour
Check heart of Beirut capital and Martyr’s square in downtown. View Pigeon Rocks at the Corniche.
Beirut Downtown: Martyr’s square in downtown holds a monument to the Martyrs of the Civil War, when the country was wracked by sectarian fighting and external interference. The statue, which is of a young man and woman reaching for the sky, provides a good backdrop for pictures.
Corniche: Located just off the western end of the Corniche are several natural rock structures/ arch known as Pigeon Rocks. You can also take a boat ride around the rock formations and apparently through some caves.
National Museum: The story of the National Museum started in 1919 with a small group of ancient artifacts, which had been collected by Raymond Weill, a French officer stationed in Lebanon. These objects were displayed in one of the rooms of the German Deaconesses building in Georges Picot Street in Beirut. This exhibition hall served as a temporary museum.
Meeting location: Pick-up will be at your hotel or any arranged accommodation in Beirut.
End location: Drop-off will be at your hotel or any arranged accommodation in Beirut.
Tour Duration: 4 hours. The tour may last up to 4 hours depending on traffic.
Transportation: New and fully equipped comfortable private car.
What’s Included: Transportation and driver guide services.
Local Guide (Upon Request)
- National Museum: $3.34 = LBP 5,000
What’s Extra: Lunch and souvenirs.
- 9:00 – Pick up from hotel
- 9:30 – Arrival at National Museum
- 11:00 – Leave National Museum
- 11:15 – Arrive at Beirut Downtown
- 12:15 – Leave Beirut Downtown
- 13:00 – Drive along the Corniche to Pigeon rocks
- 13:30 – Return to hotel