Jean Capart highlighted during the exhibition TUTANKHAMUN in Liège

The most mythical discovery in the history of archaeology…

In 1922, in the Valley of the Kings, an English archaeologist, Howard Carter, and his billionaire benefactor, Lord Carnarvon, entered the intact tomb of the Pharaoh Tutankhamun, the first people to do so since 3,200 years.

Once century later, now you can take a journey to the heart of the most famous tomb in the world and gaze over what Howard Carter admired!

Plan your visit

If you want to take a visit enhanced with the anecdotes of our guides, if you want to immerse your pupils in Ancient Egypt, if you plan on coming in large numbers, if you are a person with reduced mobility and want to know what facilities there are for you, if you feel capable of thwarting the curse of the Pharaoh, then you will find all you need to know here, in order to optimally plan your visit.

04 224 49 38

Gare TGV de Liège-Guillemins – Espace muséal
Open from 14/12/2019 until 31/05/2020
10 h 00 – 18 h 30

Tickets online :

Réservations for groups and guided tours : 04/224.49.38

‘Tickets combinés’ B-Excursions SNCB : train A/R + entrée à l’exposition