GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) – The traveling exhibit, the Discovery of King Tut is coming to the Grand Rapids Public Museum.
The exhibit will feature recreations of artifacts recovered from the young king’s tomb and what it was like for the explorers who discovered the tomb in 1922.
“The real focus of this exhibition is the sense of the discovery that adventure that Howard Carter, the British archeologist that discovered the tomb, what he must have felt,” said Mark Lach with Premier Exhibitions. “Incredibly precise recreations to give you an idea what it was like to discover this tomb and then also the sense of adventure what Howard Carter must have felt.”
The Discovery of King Tut is scheduled to open in May, 2015.