“With the ancient Egyptian in all stations of life… there was a profound yearning for a good burial.”
Howard Carter. The Tomb Of Tutankhamen. London: Excalibur Books, 1972
Welcome to the city of Thebes in ancient Egypt. It is 1100 BC and death is a common part of life. Meet Iramen, the embalmer and help him to preserve the body of a local nomarch. Recreate an ancient Egyptian funeral procession and meet the gods who will decide the dead man’s fate…
The Mummy’s Tomb uses a mixture of specially constructed masks and props to bring to life the startling facts about life and death in ancient Egypt.
Each workshop lasts approximately two hours and is suitable for around 30 children.