via Egypt Today
The Grand Egyptian Museum announced its collaboration with Madrid Artes Digitales to present "Tutankhamun – The Immersive Exhibition," a production that has garnered widespread praise and numerous awards. November 21st will mark its first public showing; here is some information about this majestic audiovisual exhibition.
An Exhibition Fit for a King:
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The exhibition is scheduled to coincide with the month in which King Tutankhamun's tomb was found more than a century ago. It promises to be a fresh and inventive storytelling experience, giving visitors an exceptional opportunity to rediscover the narrative of King Tutankhamun in a completely new light.
Enter the world of the mythical King Tutankhamun and go on an enthralling audiovisual trip that covers more than 3,400 years of human history. As you travel through the temples, riches, and mysteries of Ancient Egypt that have been meticulously reproduced for you, you will be immersed in a visual spectacular that spans the whole field of view and is accompanied by an outstanding soundtrack.
Details on the Event:
The whole experience consists of an immersive presentation that lasts for thirty minutes as well as a guided tour that lasts for forty-five minutes and takes place in the Grand Hall and the Glass Hall of the museum.
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Beginning at 10 AM and continuing until 9 PM, the hourly guided tours are offered in both English and Arabic. The price of the tickets ranges from 150 to 300 EGPs for each individual, and you can get yours by clicking on this link.