King Tut Exhibit

As a volunteer at the Pacific Science Center, I was able to get passes for Amber and I and a couple of friends for a showing of the King Tut exhibit Monday night.  It was incredible how close you could get to most of the exhibits and really see the detail and artistry.

I took a few pictures with my phone (didn't bring a real camera) to try to capture the beauty.  Here are some of the better ones. Statues - can't find a description Kneeling Statue of Hatshepsut The Collossal Statue of Tutankhamun Colossal Statue of Amenhotep IV Golden Mask of Psusennes I Canopic Coffinette is one of four miniature coffins that held the internal organs of Tutankhamun.

Unrelated to the ancient Egyptians, I also snapped this picture of the Space Needle behind the Science Center Arches. 

The Space Needle behind the Science Center Arches

The exhibit was great. I highly recommend checking it out.  You have a while (January 6), but don't wait until the last minute.

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