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King Tut exhibit ends Aug.15 at Fort Myers museum

August 13, 2010
Lehigh Acres Citizen

Visitors to the Southwest Florida Museum of History have only until

August 15 to explore King Tut and his treasures in the traveling

exhibit, Tutankhamun: Wonderful Things from the Pharaoh's Tomb.

This incredibly successful traveling exhibit has welcomed more than

13,000 guests since it debuted January 16 surpassing overall Museum

attendance since last year, officials said.

The Southwest Florida Museum of History is at 2031 Jackson Street in Fort Myers.

Visitors still have a chance to experience the spectacle, tradition,

history, and religion of ancient Egypt as King Tut is resurrected and

the 18th Dynasty comes to life in this astonishing exhibit presenting

more than 100 faithfully reproduced replicas of original artifacts that

will never be seen outside Egypt.

Not to be missed is an outstanding audio tour narrated by Egyptologist,

Professor Adrian Kerr, allow guests to immerse themselves in Ancient

Egypt. A family-friendly audio tour version for children and students is

also available, along with a supplementary education guide distributed

at the Museum and online.

It's the last chance to journey into King Tut's tomb and discover the

unique artifacts and life that were uncovered, in this exhibit presented

by the Origins Museum Institute and the SWFL Museum of History

Foundation Inc.

For more information call (239) 321-7430 or go line at: www.swflmuseumofhistory.com.

 
 

 

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