an immersive exhibition about the pharaoh opens its doors in Paris

Tutankhamun: an immersive exhibition about the pharaoh opens its doors in Paris

An immersive Tutankhamun exhibition has just opened its doors at the Montparnasse Galleries in Paris. It combines objects and historical information with a great treasure hunt where visitors must manage to find the pharaoh’s tomb. – (France 2)An immersive Tutankhamun exhibition has just opened its doors at the Montparnasse Galleries in Paris. It combines objects and historical information with a great treasure hunt where visitors must manage to find the pharaoh’s tomb.

A large exhibition about the famous pharaoh Tutankhamun has just opened to the public in the Montparnasse galleries in Paris. Visitors must help Egyptologist Howard Carter, who returns in November 1922, in his quest to find Tutankhamun’s tomb and all the treasures that accompany it.

The Great Treasure Hunt

The tomb was found intact and contained 3,500 objects. 1000 of them were identically reproduced in the impressive exhibition. Visitors take part in a big treasure hunt and try to read the clues in the exhibits. The exhibition aims to be under the supervision of Egyptologist Bénédicte Lhoyer “a connection to contemporary Egyptology and at the same time a game where everyone will find what they are looking for, from 7 to 77 years old”.

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