The Manchester Museum on the campus of the University of Manchester (England) has one of the best displays of Egyptian mummies in the world.
The museum has two ancient Egypt galleries: Daily Life and Death and the Afterlife. Both are definitely a must-see for a number of reasons.
First, a display of the mummy Asru, a chantress at the Temple of Amun in Karnak, has been installed. Asru takes her place along with at least eight other mummies (according to one account, the museum holds eighteen mummies, though they are not all displayed).
The museum has thoughtfully provided clear labels with detailed information about each mummy.