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Catch the traveling exhibit of King Tut in Fort Myers, Florida

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Ancient Egyptian history has come alive in S.W. Florida. From July 2nd through August 15th, explore the spectacle and history of Ancient Egypt at the Museum of History in downtown Fort Myers. Over one hundred astounding replicas of original artifacts, never seen outside Egypt, will be available to the public.

King Tut's Tomb

From religious pieces to ancient curiosities, come see what was in King Tutankhamun's tomb. The Boy King's tomb was discovered almost completely intact by the English archaeologist, Howard Carter, in 1922.

According to the Britannica Concise Encyclopedia, King Tut only ruled for nine years, from the age of 8 - 18. One of the most well-known Egyptian Kings, he was best known for his treasure-filled tomb, filled with thousands of stunning artifacts.

One of the best known artifacts was his golden death mask which covered his wrapped and mummified body. Pure gold, it is now considered a famous relic of the ancient world. King Tut's treasures are on display in the Cairo Museum of Egyptian Antiquities.

Southwest Florida Museum of History

If ancient Egyptian history and art are calling you, come to the SW Florida Museum of History on any day of the week except Sundays and Mondays from now until the 15th of August. Come see King Tut's treasure trove of intriguing items.

The admission price includes an educational audio tour that you won't soon forget. For info on King Tut's exciting traveling exhibition, check out the Museum Info or call 239-321-7430.


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