An exhibition of artefacts from the tombs of the Egyptian Pharaoh Tutankhamun can be visited in the foyer gallery and main exhibition hall of the National Library of Estonia from August 8th until September 20th. This is the first time a collection like this is exhibited in the Baltic countries and Scandinavia.
The treasures of Tutankhamun are to this day one of the most important findings of not only Egyptian but global archaeology. The exhibition showcases over twenty eye-catching findings of great importance, including the golden death mask of Tutankhamun, which has become the best-known symbol of Egypt. Other larger noteworthy items are the sarcophagus of Tutankhamun, the golden chariot placed inside the tomb, the statue of Anubis and the lavishly decorated throne.
Single tickets are 8 euros (5 euros for students, free for children under six), family tickets are 20 euros. On sale at the premises and via Piletilevi from August 1st.
Exhibition opening hours
Mon-Sun 12-18 in August
Mon-Fri 10-20, Sat-Sun 12-19 in September
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