At the site of Darb El Ghabbari, there are sandstones rocks shopped in the forms of huge animals and birds. On these rocks were found prehistoric paintings, representing human and animal figures. Geologists hold the belief that the prehistoric man had dwelled in this area in the Modern Stone Age in the year 5000 BC and left behind engravings that testify his stay.
In Al-Qasr, in the city of Mut, the capital of El-Dakhla Oasis, stands the Ethnographic Museum which features various handicrafts of the oasis such as rugs, dresses, baskets, statuettes, and photos. All these various works vividly demonstrate the daily life of the inhabitants of the oasis.