Umm Kulthum Museum is displaying honors and awards that she received during her lifetime and most of her personal belongings such as evening gowns, accessories, handbags, shoes and her famous handkerchief in addition to musical notes, original manuscripts of the lyrics of her songs, rare records and movies. The museum also display some documents like letters from and to some politicians, leaders and public and art figures who really influence her art and music.
Umm Kulthum Museum consists of:
The Main Hall
It displays Umm Kulthum's personal belongings, medals and honours in addition to murals of Kawkab al-Sharq rare photos, Musical notes, and manuscripts of lyrics of her songs written be renowned poets and some of her letters.
The Cinema hall
It displays a short documentary film produced by cultural Development Fund showing selections of her life in addition to scenes of her movies and concerts in Egypt and in the Middle East concluding it with her funeral. The documentary film is available in Arabic, English and French.
The Audio visual Library Hall
It consists of five computers which displaying all of her songs, pictures of her concerts and trips inside and outside Egypt, her movies and there is a full record of Arabic newspaper articles about Umm Kulthum from 1924 to 2000.
The Panorama Hall
It displays a 10 minute panorama of umm Kulthum photos through various stages of her life with her colleagues in addition of her photos with renowned artists and singers accompanied by music of the famous artist Regah Dawoud.
The Museum also displays a 15 minute silent documentary of Umm Kulthum or "the Lady" showing all of her concerts inside and outside Egypt which is the first destination of all the museum's visitors.