“La Nuit Toutânkhamon” on Saturday 15 June
On Saturday 15 June, visitors will have the opportunity to marvel at the pharaoh’s treasures into the small hours as the exhibition will be open from 8:30pm to until 2:00am (last entry at 12:30am).
In addition, six Egyptologists will be available in the galleries to provide additional commentaries on the key artefacts. Under the colonnades, live performances by traditional Egyptian musicians and a DJ will add to the unique summer atmosphere of the Grande Halle de la Villette.
Reserve your tickets (price 27€) for this special event now, either on line or at the ticket office on site (open 10:00am to 7:00pm).
Audio-guides are also available for hire (price 6€), in advance or on site. Languages available: French, English, Spanish, Mandarin.
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