SoWa Powerstation To Host The Boy King

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The SoWa Power Station in Boston has a new immersive experience available now. Created in Collaboration with the National Geographic Society Honors the 100th Anniversary of King Tut’s Discovery and the Egyptian Wonders. The limited-time exhibit Beyond King Tut: The Immersive Experience, created in collaboration with the National Geographic Society, debuts today at SoWa Power Station. The eagerly awaited exhibition welcomes guests into the world of the golden king like never before by bringing the enchantment and mystery of Ancient Egypt to Boston from the exclusive archives of the National Geographic Society.

In Beyond King Tut: The Immersive Experience, visitors will first encounter gods from Ancient Egypt like Ra and Anubis before entering King Tut’s tomb and following his quest for immortality. The king’s tomb and all of his goods will be brought back to life for them after 3,000 years in the desert sand, making it one of history’s greatest discoveries. Visitors can wind through the tale of a young child whose name still looms large and how he altered the ancient and modern worlds by exploring nine galleries on a multisensory, multimedia adventure.

The American Research Center in Egypt (ARCE), whose goal is to research and preserve Egypt’s cultural legacy, and Beyond King Tut have joined forces. Paquin Entertainment Group and Immersive Experiences, which includes the creative team behind the King Tut artifact exhibitions that drew millions of visitors from all over the world, are producing Beyond King Tut: The Immersive Experience in collaboration with the National Geographic Society.

The celebrated Beyond Van Gogh and Beyond Monet shows, which have welcomed more than 3 million visitors worldwide, are among the collection of exhibitions offered by Paquin Entertainment Group. The exhibition’s big finale, an astonishing journey through the underworld of ancient Egypt, was created by Montreal’s acclaimed Normal Studio.

Since peak days and hours are already sold out, it is strongly advised to purchase tickets in advance (now through Oct. 2). Prices begin at $32.50 for adults and $22.50 for kids aged 5 to 15 years old (plus ticketing fees). In addition to VIP Tickets, which come with a flex ticket for anytime entry, merchandise, and access to the acclaimed “Tutankhamun: Enter the Tomb” VR companion experience, voiced by acclaimed English actor Hugh Bonneville, package rates are available for families, seniors (on Tuesdays), military personnel, and groups.

This summer, Boston will be the place to experience Ancient Egypt. The city will be filled with activities, lodging, shopping, spa services, and food and drink all summer long that are specifically inspired by the exhibition.

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