Contents Of King Tut's Tomb To Be Displayed At The Grand Egyptian Museum

Contents Of King Tut's Tomb To Be Displayed At The Grand Egyptian Museum
The interiors of the Grand Egyptian Museum, Photo Credit: Shutterstock

Brush up on Egyptian history at the museum with their guided tours starting in 2020

OT Staff
September 06 , 2019
Less than 1 Min Read

No, this isn’t some pyramid scheme to lure you to Giza. If you can afford it, it’s probably the tour of a lifetime. For $250 (INR 18,000), the Grand Egyptian Museum near Cairo is offering guided, crowdless tours of its 100,00-strong collection on Ancient Egypt, as well as its artifact restoration lab. We mention crowdless, as the complex expects to draw a massive eight million visitors on opening in 2020. With tight security—and absolutely no touching—this exclusive, four-hour preview also covers what's expected to be the main draw: the full contents of King Tut's tomb, laid out as Howard Carter first discovered it in 1922. Consider packing in the experience with a tour of Cairo's best: the Great Pyramids of Khufu, Khafre and Menkaure lie just two kilometres away from this archaeological marvel. For bookings, contact the museum directly at

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