Gibran Museum Tours and Tickets
When prominent Lebanese poet, artist and philosopher Khalil Gibran died in 1931, his body was interred within the chapel of a nineteenth century monastery on the outskirts of Bsharri according to his wishes. This monastery, set into the rocky slopes on the eastern side of town, now houses a museum dedicated to Gibran.
Besides Gibran’s tomb, the museum collection includes 440 of his original paintings and drawings, as well as private manuscripts and personal belongings from his time living in New York.
Tours and Tickets to Experience Gibran Museum
- Qadisha Valley (Wadi Kadisha)
- Byblos (Jbeil)
- Our Lady of Lebanon (Notre Dame du Liban)
- Chateau Ksara
- Downtown Beirut (Beirut Central District)
- Mim Mineral Museum Beirut (Mim Musée des Minéraux Beyrouth)
- Beirut National Museum (Musée National de Beyrouth)
- Banque du Liban Museum (Musée de la Banque du Liban)
- Martyrs' Square (Place des Martyrs)
- Hamra Street (Rue Hamra)
- Jeita Grotto
- Forest of the Cedars of God (Horsh Arz el-Rab)