Past King Tut: A New Immersive Storytelling Expertise From Nationwide Geographic Begins November 4 In Vancouver

Past King Tut: The Immersive Expertise, a brand new exhibition developed in partnership with the Nationwide Geographic Society, will deliver the magic and thriller of Historical Egypt to Vancouver starting Friday, November 4 for a restricted run on the Vancouver Conference Centre East.

With 9 galleries to discover, wind via the story of a younger boy whose title nonetheless looms massive, and the way he modified the traditional – and fashionable – world. Meet Historical Egyptian gods like Ra and Anubis earlier than descending into King Tut’s burial chamber and becoming a member of his quest for immortality. Relive one of many biggest discoveries of all time – the king’s tomb with all his treasures ready inside, reclaimed from the desert sand after 3,000 years. 

The opening of King Tutankhamun’s intact tomb 100 years in the past captivated the world with its riches and clues concerning the historical quest for immortality. Bringing to life the storied archives of the Nationwide Geographic Society, this much-anticipated exhibition combines the ability of cinematic storytelling and hovering imagery to ask guests into the golden king’s world like by no means earlier than.

The Conference Centre East
November 4 to January 8, 2023
Tickets are on sale at 

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