Tut Museum at the Luxor Hotel
On November 22,
1922, Howard Carter peered with a candle through a hole in the Tomb and Museum
of King Tutankhamun. When asked what he saw, he replied, "wonderful things!"
The exhibit houses
hundreds of reproductions, including the world-famous guardian statues, King
Tut's sarcophagus, and an array of statues, vases, beds, baskets and pottery.
King Tut's Tomb and Museum is a 15 minute, self guided, audio tour.
Luxor Las Vegas has once again opened the doors to what has been called the
greatest archaeological find in the history of the world, an authentic reproduction
of King Tutankhamun's tomb. The measurements of each of the rooms are exact.
The treasures therein were reproduced by artisans using the same gold leaf
and linens, precious pigments, tools and original 3,300-year-old methods,
and each is meticulously positioned according to the records maintained by
the Carter expedition.