Tomb of King Tutankhamun Tours

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The boy pharaoh Tutankhamun, who ruled the New Kingdom in the 14th century, enjoys fame disproportionate to his short reign and modest achievements. This is mostly due to the discovery of his largely intact tomb in the Valley of the Kings in 1922, his mummy adorned by a dazzling gold mask (now in Cairo’s Egyptian Museum, along with most of the tomb’s other bling).

Having risked the curse said to await anyone who disturbs the tomb’s rest, visitors may be slightly disappointed by its modest scale and relative lack of adornment. “King Tut” is, however, still in residence, his linen-wrapped mummy visible in a glass box watched over by richly colored wall paintings.

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The Tomb of King Tutankhamun is in the Valley of the Kings, though there is a separate admission charge.

Location
Address: Valley of the Kings, Egypt
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Hours: Open daily. Summer: 6am - 5pm, Winter: 6am - 4pm
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Admission: Valley of the Kings admission: 55 L.E. King Tut's Tomb: 40 L.E.
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