150 original artefacts - Final tour
Discover the glittering treasures of Tutankhamun before they return to Egypt forever.
The legend of Tutankhamun captured imaginations globally when his tomb was unearthed by British explorer Howard Carter and financier Lord Carnarvon in 1922.
Produced by the Egyptian Ministry of Antiquities and IMG, and presented in London by Viking Cruises TUTANKHAMUN: Treasures of the Golden Pharaoh unveils more than 150 original objects from the tomb, 60 of which have travelled out of Egypt for the first and final time before they return for permanent display within the Grand Egyptian Museum which is currently under construction.
Come and discover the most famous of the Pharaohs, and the young sovereign’s personal belongings as you follow his passage into everlasting life.
Prior to the London showing, the exhibition became France’s most visited of all time with attendance of over 1.4 million. Tickets are selling fast in London, sell-outs are expected and advance booking is highly recommended.
“Everywhere the glint of gold…literally dazzling” Tom Holland, The Sunday Times
Event, The Mail on Sunday
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Tutankhamun: Treasures of the Golden Pharaoh, The Centennial Celebration by Dr. Zahi Hawass
Already visited the exhibition but forgot to take the exhibition catalogue home? Click below to get your copy.
This catalogue, by Dr. Zahi Hawass assembles the most complete chronology and current scholarship about Tutankhamun and the discovery of his tomb by Howard Carter.
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