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Thirty three centuries ago a young pharaoh, worshiped as a god, was laid to eternal rest, his rule mysteriously cut short by an unknown tragedy. Hidden in darkness beneath the deserts and for over 3 millennia, his spectacular golden treasures were finally brought to light with their discovery by Howard Carter in 1922. These artifacts toured the world and have returned to Egypt.

Using marvelous reproductions the exhibit, Tutankhamun: Wonderful Things from the Pharaoh’s Tomb recreates these artifacts. Crafted from the same ancient, traditional designs, the riches in this awesome collection of reproductions captures 130 artifacts which present a composite portrait of an ancient individual and the remote times in which he lived.

Come and explore the splendor of the boy pharaoh’s life. Experience the wonderful things from the pharaoh’s tomb as it transports you to a vanished world and evokes the eternal mystery that is King Tut.

Event Location:

UTPA Visitors Center

Event Dates:

September 26 - January 4

Admission Price:

Admission is free.

Exhibit Hours:

Monday-Friday 9 a.m. – 5 p.m., Saturday: 9 a.m. – 2 p.m., Sunday: closed

Request a Tour:

Large groups and school tours must submit a tour request form to schedule a group tour.