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Beyond King Tut: The Immersive Experience
Beyond King Tut: The Immersive Experience
Beyond King Tut: The Immersive Experience
Beyond King Tut: The Immersive Experience
Beyond King Tut: The Immersive Experience
Beyond King Tut: The Immersive Experience

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location_on Pier 36, NYC

Beyond King Tut: The Immersive Experience

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location_on Pier 36, NYC

Beyond King Tut: The Immersive Experience

Bucket Listers is excited to partner with National Geographic to offer you exclusive ticket pricing:

💰 Price List:
Adult GA Daily Pass: $43.30 per person (originally $54)
Child GA Daily Pass: $30.80 per person (originally $38.50)
🗓️ Dates:
October 28th - January 1st
Sunday – Thursday: 10:00 AM - 8:00 PM (Last Entry 7:00 PM)
Friday & Saturday: 10:00 AM - 9:00 PM (Last Entry at 8:00 PM)
📍Pier 36: 299 South Street, New York NY 10002

About the event:

National Geographic’s Beyond King Tut brings a groundbreaking immersive exhibition to New York. Join in the discovery of a story 3,300 years in the making.

 

A cinematic exhibition that takes guests on a wondrous, expansive journey through the true story and real artifacts of one of the greatest archaeological discoveries of all time. Using the next generation of visual storytelling this exhibit goes beyond a traditional artifact display and uses the power of photography and larger than life multimedia to showcase all the exquisite detail and artistry of these ancient items. Through nine distinct galleries visitors are transported into the past through a unique narrative of this 3,000-year-old story.

 

Journey to modern-day Egypt and see wonders of the ancient world like the Temple at Karnak and the Great Sphinx. Experience ancient history come to life and gaze at the Egyptian sun as it rises above the Pyramids of Giza, filling the sky with vivid color. Travel back to the 18th dynasty when King Tut ruled and gods like Ra and Anubis were worshiped by all. Descend into King Tut's tomb, 100 years since its historic discovery, and join in his quest for immortality. Experience all of this and more at National Geographic - Beyond King Tut: The Immersive Experience, a story over 3,000 years in the making.

 

The visit will take approximately one hour with final entry one hour prior to show close. The experience is self-guided so stay as long as you like!

 

All sales are final. No refunds or exchanges.

FAQ

Is parking available?
Yes, on-site parking is available at our venue.

What safety measures are in place for covid-19?
Beyond King Tut is following the approved guidelines below:

- Timed ticket sales to help reduce congestion and capacity.
- Arrow markings to allow for separate entrance and exit directions.
- Increased cleaning practices of high-touch surfaces with approved cleaning products.
- Multiple hand sanitizer stations throughout the exhibit
- Contactless transactions only to lessen transmission risk

Can I bring my baby, and do they need a ticket?
Yes, babies and children of all ages are welcome to attend the show. Children 4 years and younger enter the show for free and do not require a ticket when accompanying an adult with a ticket.

Can I bring a stroller?
Yes, strollers are permitted. However, there will be no facilities for storing and parking strollers or leaving them unattended.

Is there seating available?
Seating is limited and is only available on a first-come, first-served basis. As seating is limited, we encourage guests to leave available seating for those with mobility limitations.

Will there be a gift shop?
Yes, we have a cashless gift shop available at the end of the show!

Can I bring in food or beverages?
No, food or beverages are not permitted inside the exhibit.

Can I bring bags into the exhibit?
We encourage you to leave valuables, large bags, and other personal belongings at home. For the safety of our visitors and the exhibit, all bags entering or leaving the exhibit, including purses, are subject to inspection. Backpacks and duffel bags are not permitted in the exhibit.

Is there somewhere for me to store my things while I’m in the exhibit?
There are no storage facilities, such as coat check, for guests.

Can I touch the screen during the show?
No, we kindly ask all attendees to refrain from touching the screens during the experience.

I have a child with autism, SPD, or ADHD. will you have sensory bags/items?
We will not have audio sensory items available for guests, however, we encourage parents and caregivers to bring appropriate sensory stimulants and items that you may require. Please email [email protected] ahead of your visit for more information.

Are there flashing lights or loud sounds?
Yes, National Geographic’s Beyond King Tut contains bright lights that may cause discomfort for people with photosensitive epilepsy or other medical conditions. If this may affect your experience, please consult with a medical professional prior to attending the show.

Our Immersive Room has music playing that might be slightly louder than normal and may cause discomfort to people suffering from sensitivity to loud sounds. If this is your case, we recommend you are accommodated with a proper noise reduction device and consult with a medical professional prior to attending the show.

Can the show trigger vertigo or motion sickness?
Yes, the moving images, sounds, and lights involved in the immersive experience may cause dizziness, motion sickness, or vertigo. If this may affect your experience, please consult with a medical professional prior to attending the show.

Can I bring my service animal?
Yes, we allow service animals such as guide dogs. No pets are permitted.

Do you have wheelchairs or scooters for rent?
As we are a traveling show we do not have wheelchairs or scooters for rent.

Is the show wheelchair accessible?
Yes, National Geographic’s Beyond King Tut is accessible for guests of all abilities. Our show welcomes wheelchairs, mobility scooters, canes, etc.

Is there seating available?
Seating is limited and is only available on a first-come, first-served basis. As seating is limited, we encourage guests to leave available seating for those with mobility limitations.

Is the show suitable for the dear/hard of hearing?
Yes, although we do not provide interpreters. The majority of National Geographic’s Beyond King Tut is visual and explained in the text.

 

 

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