They create an Egyptian exhibition at CDMX – Alan x el Mundo


The Egyptian culture is one of the most researched and important in the history of mankind and now we can learn more about this civilization in the new exhibition in the Mining Palace.

With the collaboration of the Sophia Center, who helped in the elaboration of reproductions of works and important archaeological finds of ancient Egypt, this exhibition seeks that Mexicans can discover objects distributed by different museums in the world.

Photo: Mining Palace
Photo: Mining Palace

Through the 500 square meter exhibition, visitors will find replicas of archaeological pieces from ancient Egypt, videos and documentaries about the daily life of the culture of the pharaohs.

In addition, guided tours can be carried out for groups by appointment and learning in a more playful way with painting, hieroglyphics and archeology workshops on Sundays.

Photo: Mining Palace
Photo: Mining Palace

The exhibition is a great experience for children and will be until September 30

Where: Mining Palace: Calle de Tacuba 5, Historic Center of the City. de México, Centro, Cuauhtémoc, 06000 Mexico City, CDMX

Cost: free entry

Hours: Wednesday to Sunday from 10:00 a.m. to 5:45 p.m.

Photo: Mining Palace
Photo: Mining Palace

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