King Tut Exhibition

King Tut Exhibition

King Tut Exhibition Tickets
The King Tut Exhibition is traveling the world on generous loan from the Egyptian Museum in Cairo. New York, Toronto and Denver are just a few of the lucky host cities offering a glimpse into ancient Egypt and the life of The Boy King.

King Tut was born at the end of the Amarna Period and lived under the supervision of Pharaoh Akhenaten and wife Nefertiti. Whether Tutankhamun was their son, or perhaps younger brother to Akhenaten is not known conclusively, however, a lock of hair retained in a burial chest reveals a DNA match to Queen Tiye, mother to Pharaoh Akhenaten, thus establishing a close family tie to the rulers at Amarna. Through the King Tut Exhibition, patrons are able to examine the life and death of Egypt's celebrated king and learn about the shift in religion from Akhenaten's mono-theism and back to the pantheistic form of worship embraced by the Amarna Period ancestors.

Pharaoh Tutankhamun ruled and reigned at the end of the 18th Dynasty, believed by some to be the height and crowning glory of ancient Egyptian Civilization. The King Tut Exhibition takes you on a journey through the royal palace and daily life of one of Egypt's most fascinating pharaohs with artifacts of royal jewelry, King Tut's clothing and the burial containers, sarcophagus and the alabaster canopic jars holding King Tut's vital organs.

In 1922, Howard Carter, a young archaeologists funded by England's Lord Carnarvan, stumbled upon a flat surface at the entrance to the Valley of the Kings, located on the outskirts of modern-day Luxor, Egypt. Upon closer examination, the roughly textured stone slabs revealed an entrance to a Pharaoh's tomb untouched by grave robbers from antiquity, making the King Tut Exhibition collection the most in-tact find of its caliber.

The treasures hidden for more than 3000 years would be exhumed, studied and put on display for all peoples and languages to enjoy. Today, millions anxiously await their turn for the King Tut Exhibition.

The King Tut Exhibition has remained one of the most popular touring museum collections to date. Egyptology enthusiasts and travelers with a Nile cruise in their future will want to re-visit the King Tut Exhibition again and again.

The King Tut Exhibition offers some of the most coveted commodities on the museum circuit tours. Spend the day with the King Tut Exhibit and be prepared to be blown away.

Spend the day at the King Tut Exhibition, a museum you will not soon forget. The Pharaoh Tutankhamun experience may be a once in a lifetime opportunity.

King Tutankhamen's Tomb at the King Tut Exhibition



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