The Grand Rapids Public Museum opened the much anticipated exhibition, The Discovery of King Tut, making its Great Lakes Region debut here. Visitors will experience what it was like for Howard Carter and his team when they first discovered the tomb of Tutakhamun in 1922. Featuring more than 1,000 scientifically produced recreations hand-crafted by Egyptian artisans, The Discovery of King Tut recreates the awe and marvel of the moment of discovery. Visitors enter an overwhelming treasure trove to have an unbelievable glimpse into the greatest archeological discovery of the 20th century: Tutankhamun’s tomb. “We are pleased to premier this remarkable exhibit in the Great Lakes region,” said Dale Robertson, President and CEO of the GRPM. “The story of King Tut has fascinated the world since the discovery of his tomb in 1922. This exhibition

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