King Tut Exhibit in Boston (September Dates TBD)
An exhibition about King Tut is coming to Boston this fall. An exhibit with artifacts like this has not been to Boston since 1963. Boston will be the only city in the Northeast to host.
The travelling exhibition includes more than 150 original artifacts from the tomb—60 of which have never traveled outside Egypt before—and will be five times larger than the last King Tut exhibit to visit the city back in 1963.
It not only tells the story of the artifacts themselves and their meaning, but also of British archaeologist Howard Carter's discovery of Tut's tomb nearly 100 years ago.
The exhibit is produced by the Egyptian Ministry of Antiquities, IMG, and Boston's Museum of Science.
Once the artifact tour is over in 2024, the artifacts will be returned to the permanent collection of the Grand Egyptian Museum in Cairo, Egypt.
Tickets will be on sale in March. Stay tuned for more info.
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