|Number of persons||Rate per person|
|3 – 4 adults||$70|
|5 or more adults||$65|
This Pyramid has a special magic! A visit to this collapsed Pyramid is very worthwhile! It is one of those sites that had, and still keeps, lots of secrets!! Meidum Pyramid is located 65 Km to the south of Sakkara. Started as a Step Pyramid but then converted into a true pyramid, the pyramid at Meidum marks the transition from the Early Dynastic Period to the Old Kingdom. It has often been assumed that the original builder of this Step Pyramid was Huni, the last king of the 3rd Dynasty. This is, however, merely based on the desire to credit at least one major building to this otherwise elusive king. Huni’s name has not been found in or near the Meidum Pyramid, making it quite unlikely that this monument was built for him.
The fact that the pyramid was named ‘Snofru Endures’ has led others to suggest that it was Snofru who built this monument. The fact that none of the mastabas surrounding the pyramid are older than the early 4th Dynasty and that several sons of Snofru were buried there also confirms that the pyramid must be dated to the beginning of the 4th rather than the end of the 3rd Dynasty.