Grand Egyptian Museum Will Host 'Tutankhamun: The Immersive Exhibit'
The exhibit will allow visitors to delve into the life and legacy of the famous pharaoh through 360-degree digital projections.
‘Tutankhamun - The Immersive Exhibition’ - a showcase of ancient Egyptian history, taking visitors through the life and legacy of the famous pharaoh in a 360-degree visual spectacle - will come to Egypt for the first time at the Grand Egyptian Museum starting from November 21st, 2023.
Held in collaboration with Madrid Artes Digitales, the exhibition will coincide with the anniversary of the discovery of King Tutankhamun's tomb over a century ago. This one-of-a-kind exhibition provides visitors with an opportunity to delve into ancient history through digital projections, transporting visitors back in time and immersing them in an audiovisual journey spanning 3,400 years of history.
Previously launched in Madrid, Spain, ‘Tutankhamun - The Immersive Exhibition’ attracted over 300,000 visitors within eight months. The exhibition is part of the GEM's temporary exhibition series, managed and organized by Legacy Development and Management.
Bookings are currently available for visits from November 21st to December 16th. For more details and bookings, visit visit-gem.com/tut.
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