Ever since 1922, when Howard Carter first uncovered the magnificent treasures hidden within the boy King's tomb – famously exclaiming ‘Gold! Everywhere the glint of gold!’ – Tutankhamun has
commanded the attention of the world. The Tutankhamun Exhibition last visited London in 1972 shattering attendance records, & now after 30 years, it is back. Far larger than the 1970s tour,
Tutankhamun & The Golden Age of the Pharaohs Exhibition, which will be held at the O2 from 15 November 2007 to 31 August 2008, includes priceless exhibits from Tutankhamun's tomb &
other ancestral burials, many never having been seen outside of Egypt before.
The Exhibition’s unique appeal to such a wide audience makes it the perfect setting in which to entertain clients, colleagues & friends. Tutankhamun Hospitality, a joint venture between the
Exhibition organisers, National Geographic, Arts & Exhibitions International & AEG Exhibitions, & Cavendish Hospitality, will create a dedicated hospitality facility called The
Pharaohs’ Palace inside the O2 with direct access to the Exhibition.
The Pharaohs’ Palace is available on an exclusive basis, for morning, daytime & evening functions. All evening sessions offer exclusive viewings of the Exhibition, a truly unique experience. A
range of catering packages & entertainment is available. For more details, visit the above website.
The picture above features a canopic coffinette of Tutankhamun