Saturday, March 24 starts the exhibition Tutankhamen in Paris. With more than 130,000 tickets sold, this exhibition is illustrated as one not to be missed!
Of the 150 exhibits, 40% had never left Egypt before this world tour. These objects were discovered in the intact tomb of the pharaoh on November 29, 1922 in the Valley of the Kings by Howard Carter. This is the only tomb discovered almost intact in Egypt.
52 years after the first exhibition of the pharaoh in Paris, the treasures of Tutankhamun are back on the capital, not at the Petit Palais but La Grande Halle de La Villette. Presented by the Egyptian Ministry of Antiquities, the immersive exhibition "Tutankhamun, the Treasury of the Pharaoh" performs a five-year world tour that began in 2018 in Los Angeles and makes a long stop in Paris until September 15, 2019.
Individual ticket of the weekend: 24 euros (adult) / 22 euros (person with reduced mobility) / 20 euros (child from 4 to 14 years).
Ticketing on site from March 23, 2019, every day from 10h to 19h.
Open every day from 10h to 20h from Saturday 23 March to Sunday 15 September 2019.