Tutankhamun 'Treasures of the Golden Pharaoh'
On display in London’s Saatchi Gallery from November 2019 – May 2020 is this unique exploration into Ancient Egypt’s most famous Pharaoh, the life he lived in Ancient Egypt and his passage through to what Ancient Egyptians perceived as ‘re-birth’. The Saatchi Gallery has arranged for an additional 60 artefacts to be brought from Egypt for the very first time, to accompany this fantastic exhibition. At this exhibition students will get a rare and insightful glance into the value and significance of death and the afterlife during Ancient Egyptian periods and understand more about this fascinating and pioneering point in history. Set to return home to a permanent exhibition in Egypt in 2020 this opportunity will for many students be their last opportunity to view such an iconic collection of artefacts and one of Britain’s most mesmerising discoveries, right on their doorstep. As such a significant historic experience this exhibit promises to inspire and astound your students, creating memories sure to stay with them for years to come.
As a popular and well-known collection, we predict tickets to this exhibition will sell out, and advise booking in advance to avoid disappointment. Contact Adaptable Travel to request a quote or book your trip today.