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While there are many famous museums in DC, this one is also worth a quick visit. When we visited, there was a special exhibit on Queens of Egypt, which was wonderful. Best part- you can do this one in 1.5 hrs.
Saw the Queens of Egypt exhibition. If this is the quality of exhibition they can put on then no doubt it will be worth going whatever the subject.
I’ve seen several museum exhibits of ancient Egypt and TV documentaries but never anything so well constructed...More
This is a wonderful museum. The Staff were welcoming and very helpful, the venues were well set up and the facility was well maintained and so clean! We went specifically to see the Queens of Egypt exhibit, and it was exceptional. Intimate and well designed,...More
Last year's visit included an immersive 3-D experience that helped me to discover the galvanizing history of the Church of the Holy Sepulchre located in Jerusalem.
As I continue to learn that the environment is constantly changing, human conflict and commercial development are just a...More
We were fortunate enough to be in the DC area when Nat. Geo had their Egyptian Exhibit. Since we had 3 younger children with us 8, 8, and 5., we were uncertain if it would hold their interest, It certainly did. There were interactive exhibits...More
The Wall Street Journal reviewed this stunning exhibit in February. Although a short film highlights the queens, asking the provocative question "what is a queen -- the wife of a ruler or a female king?", the show only used this as an organizing principle. It...More
As part of our day-long celebration of our 11th wedding anniversary, we arrived promptly at the museum's morning opening and spent a delightful 2 1/2 hours taking in the special exhibit on the Queens of Egypt: lots of actual relics from the tombs of queens...More