Tutankhamun RealExperience® is an engaging, and, in part, immersive experience that tells the story of the journey "into the great beyond" of the most famous Pharaoh, and illustrates how the afterlife was imagined by the ancient Egyptians.
Most of the exhibits on display come from the Collections of the Municipality of Milan and from the National Archaeological Museum in Florence. The so called ‘Corredo Busca’ has been brought together for the first time: it includes a mummy, a sarcophagus, an extremely interesting 7-meter long Papyrus and the beautiful statue of the god Amon, with the features of the young Tutankhamun.
Significant ancient finds are on display along with large immersive projections accompanied by an original soundtrack and an engaging narrative backed by a solid Egyptological approach, thanks to the contribution of a prestigious Scientific Committee, chaired by Miroslav Barta and composed of Zahi Hawass, Christian E. Loeben, Liam McNamara, and Gabriele Pieke.
The exhibition tackles the mystery of death and life in the afterworld. It further sheds light on the complex and multiple features of the ancient Egyptian civilization. You will be confronted with an innovative approach to a civilization that we often mistakenly believe we know well. You will also have the opportunity to realize the enormous debt Western thought owes to it.
Milan, Palazzo Reale
28th May 2020 through 30th August 2020
New opening hours
Thursdays from 11.00 to 22.30
Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays from 11.00 to 19.30
2nd June and 15th August from 11.00 to 19.30
Last entrance one hour before exhibition closing time
Access to Palazzo Reale
Reservation and pre-purchased ticket is required (the ticket office on site is closed).
Visitors must arrive at Palazzo Reale no earlier than 5 minutes before the booked time.
It is necessary to wear protective face masks and use hand sanitizers on site, to have access to each area of Palazzo Reale.
The body temperature will be detected at the entrance. If the value is greater or equal to 37.5 degrees, access will not be allowed.
At present, it is not possible to book visits for groups or schools.
Before booking or reaching Palazzo Reale consult the access rules here.
1,50 € per person; 1 € per student and for discounted family tickets
Entrance Tickets (including audio guide)
Standard 14 €
Discounted € 12 for groups of at least 15 people, visitors up to the age of 26 and over 65, teachers, disabled individuals, military, off-duty law enforcement personnel, members of FAI and Touring Club, ticket holders participating in the "Lunedì Musei" events (Poldi Pezzoli Museum and La Scala Theatre Museum), and holders of special concessions
Special Discounted € 10 for holders of Abbonamenti Musei Lombardia, Orticola Members with a card valid for the current year, holders of ticket for Civic Archaeological Museum of Milan
Special Discounted € 6 non-accredited journalists, employees of the Municipality of Milan and National Civil Service Volunteers working for the Municipality of Milan
Family ticket € 10 per person for one or two adults, € 6 for children aged 6 to 14, free for children up to 5 years
Free for children under 6, one group leader, two accompanying teachers per school class, one accompanying person, if needed, of disabled individuals, journalists accredited with the municipal or exhibition Press Office, licensed tourist guides, holders of ICOM card, employees of the Landscape and Architectural Heritage Service of Milan
18.104.22.168 (from Monday to Friday 9.00 a.m. -6.00 p.m. ; Saturday 9.00 a.m. - 12.00)
When calling from abroad: 02.89096942
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