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Egypt: The Time of Pharaohs

May 20, 2021 to January 2, 2022

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Egypt: The Time of Pharaohs will take visitors into the distant past, exploring the myths and realities of ancient Egyptian culture.

More than 5,000 years ago, Egypt’s fascinating pharaohs led one of the world’s most advanced and preeminent civilizations. They built magnificent pyramids and temples and produced extraordinary art and cultural splendor, which spawned a mythical reputation that now captivates peoples’ imagination around the globe.

Featuring more than 350 original artifacts, some more than 4,500 years old, Egypt: The Time of Pharaohs sheds new light on spheres of life along the fertile Nile Valley—from everyday people to their dynastic rulers. Detailed models of famed pyramids, temples and Egyptian homes, as well as extensive multimedia overlays, films, and interactives guide visitors through the fantasy and facts of ancient Egypt.

Reservations are required.

Please Note: This exhibit contains human remains in the final room, where a mummy and sarcophagus are displayed.

 

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You can also purchase an Egypt-themed Date Night in a Box (now available) to continue your exploration after leaving the Museum!



Presenting Sponsor

Major Sponsor
My Good Fund

Exhibit Sponsors
Jim and Lyn Hinckley
Janet Quinney Lawson Foundation
Lawrence T. & Janet T. Dee Foundation
S.J. and Jessie E. Quinney Foundation
Sam and Diane Stewart Family Foundation
Sorenson Legacy Foundation

Community Sponsors
Clark and Nancy Giles Special Exhibition Endowed Fund
The DiFiore Family Foundation
JoAnne L. Shrontz Family Foundation
Marriner S. Eccles Foundation
The Potter Family

Institutional Support
Salt Lake County Zoo, Arts, and Parks
Utah Office of Tourism

This exhibition is a joint venture between and produced by MuseumsPartner in Austria, the University of Aberdeen Museum,
the Roemer- und Pelizaeus-Museum and Lokschuppen.

 

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