If you can't make it to Egypt, but you are interested in Middle Eastern history, this is the place to go. Located deep inside ... More
King Tut's Tomb & Museum
If you can't make it to Egypt, but you are interested in Middle Eastern history, this is the place to go. Located deep inside the Luxor pyramid, the museum is a real treat. Exact reproductions of the young king's tomb and riches will be discovered on this self-directed audio tour. All room measurements and placement of the artifacts are based on the notes of Howard Carter who discovered the original tomb in 1922. It is so realistic, you might just worry about being cursed. Audio tour translations available in English, Japanese, French and Spanish.
My son couldn't wait to see King Tut's Tomb, it's all he talked about on the drive to Las Vegas. I showed him videos from YouTube and Googled pictures so he could know what to expect, we planned an entire day of our vacation around the Tomb.
When we finally arrived at the Luxor, we were very disappointed to learn that there was no King Tut's Tomb anymore. I don't know how I could have missed this fact with all my careful planning... I had to be told by an employee at the hotel after I had searched high and low for the Tomb.
I know it has been a lot of years since I first toured the tomb and Las Vegas is everchanging, but I'm surprised that Luxor did away with an exhibit that is centered around the theme of the hotel. It makes as much sense as Circus Circus getting rid of the Circus acts or MGM taking away the Lions... I just don't understand why they would do this!
Well let me say I have visited the awesome Egyptian Museum in Egypt for the same price as this! It is terrible, trashy and a total waste of money. The Luxor should be ashamed to charge money for this. It takes five minutes to walk through all the fake relics-and it looks fake too. I got absolutely nothing positive out of this attraction!
one of the worst places that i have been to in my entitre LIFE!
Please put seats in!! i really could have died if i'd had to walk any furthur! Make it a bit more interesting and free food and more drinks!
I really liked this exhibit, untill I realized that what I saw was it. It had a really nifty atmosphere and was free, but don't go out of your way to see it. If you're in the Luxor and waiting around for 5-15 minutes it's an interesting way to pass the time. I went in and thought that what I saw was an amazing interance into the museum, however there is no museum, just a neat looking historical room.
it was good but only go if you'r board to death and you saw everything and want to wast time the gift shop was more intrasting
then the rest sorry but to me i allmost fell asleep there and THERE'S NO BENCHES TO SIT DOWN AND REST you'r feet
For someone who is completely fascinated by anything Ancient Egyptian, this is as close as I would ever probably get to visiting Egypt. While the tour of the tomb was short, it was well worth the few dollars we spent, and I will go again if I get the privilege of visiting again. Thank you , Luxor!!
It was the most fun...we loved the way it was presented. The way that the whole place was like the true tomb was too cool. But since it was at the Luxor, it was just great! With 41 shops at the Luxor and all of the food choices...fun
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