The World's Most Famous Pharaoh:
The exhibition includes approximately 130 objects from the tomb of King Tutankhamun, other tombs and monuments, but not the famous death mask as it is not allowed to leave Egypt. Tutankhamun's mummy is also staying in Egypt in Tutankhamun's tomb in the Valley of the Kings in Egypt (KV 62). Most of the 130 objects in the current exhibition have never before been seen in London and were not included in the 70s exhibition.
About The Tutankhamun Exhibition:
Look out for the new scan images of Tutankhamun's mummy which have been used to make a 3D reconstruction of the face of Tutankhamun which goes on display in Europe for the first time.
The first week of the exhibition (15 November – 21 November) will be open to O2 mobile phone customers and their guests only.
Pictures of the ExhibitsSee pictures of the exhibits at the Tutankhamun and the Golden Age of the Pharaohs exhibition in London.
How To Get to The O2:
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Adults: £15 (Friday – Sunday: £20)
Children ages 5-15: £7.50 (Friday – Sunday: £10)
Concessions: £12.50 (Friday – Sunday: £16)
Family (2 adult, 2 children): £45 (Friday – Sunday: £50)
All tickets are subject to a booking fee.
Tickets are timed and dated, and admission is 10am - 7pm daily. Due to high ticket demand, advance ticket purchase is strongly recommended. To book tickets and for more information, visit: www.visitlondon.com/tut or call 0844 844 0003. Tickets also can be purchased at The O2 box office.
Visit DurationAllow 60-90 minutes to visit the exhibition. You can stay longer; there is no time limit.
Audio Tours:Audio tours narrated by Omar Sharif are available in English, French, and Spanish.
£3.00 Adults and £2.50 Children.
(£4.00 on the door).
- Introductory film
- Ancient Egypt before Tutankhamun
- Traditional Beliefs
- Death, Burial, and the Afterlife
- Religious Revolution
- The Boy King
- Tutankhamun, King of Egypt
- Causing His Name to Live
- The Science of Tutankhamun
- The Tomb
- Howard Carter Gallery
- Daily Life in Tutankhamun's World
- Due to the delicate nature of the artifacts, no photography of the artifacts is allowed but you can take photographs outside the actual exhibition.
- No food or drinks are allowed inside the exhibition. The O2 has extensive dining and refreshment options for before or after your exhibition experience.