Three days in Beirut allow you to check off the city’s signature sights and discover the joys of Lebanese food. In addition to the coastal charms of Byblos and the beautiful Jeita Grotto, you can get out into the valleys and add one (or two) more of Lebanon’s UNESCO-listed sites to your list.
Mim Mineral Museum Beirut (Mim Musée des Minéraux Beyrouth)
Tues–Sun 10am–1pm, 2–6pm
Damascus St. at Saint Joseph University, Beirut, Lebanon
A visit here is best enjoyed combined with a trip to the National Museum, Banque Du Liban Museum and a walk down Hamra Street on a day tour of Beirut museums. If not arriving as part of a tour, the museum can be reached by taxi or by foot.
Frequently Asked Questions
The answers provided below are based on answers previously given by the tour provider to customers’ questions.
What are the nearest attractions to Mim Mineral Museum Beirut (Mim Musée des Minéraux Beyrouth)?
Attractions near Mim Mineral Museum Beirut (Mim Musée des Minéraux Beyrouth):
What else should I know about attractions in Beirut?
- Beirut National Museum (Musée National de Beyrouth)
- Martyrs' Square (Place des Martyrs)
- Downtown Beirut (Beirut Central District)
- Banque du Liban Museum (Musée de la Banque du Liban)
- Hamra Street (Rue Hamra)
- Jeita Grotto
- Our Lady of Lebanon (Notre Dame du Liban)
- Beiteddine (Beit ed-Dine)
- Forest of the Cedars of God (Horsh Arz el-Rab)
- Byblos (Jbeil)
- Chateau Ksara
- Sidon (Saida)
- Qadisha Valley (Wadi Kadisha)