The temple of Khonsu is located in the southwest corner of the Karnak precinct. It is dedicated to the moon god Khonsu, son of Amun and Mut. The existing temple dates to the reign of Ramesses III and was subsequently decorated by a number of later rulers. The north end of the temple is occupied by seven chapels, decorated with reliefs of Ramesses III and Ramesses IV.
January 1, 2015 - June 30, 2018 ARCE (with USAID funding) carried out conservation and documentation work in the temple through the training of 59 conservators from the Ministry of Antiquities. The project involved the cleaning and conserving of six chapels within the temple, in addition to structural repairs to stabilize the monument, a photographic documentation training school for the Luxor inspectorate, and the introduction of visitor information and signage.