From Saturday, May 30 the exhibition "Under the sky of Nut. Divine Egypt" is open to the public at the Archaeological Museum. This event presents elements of contiguity with the exhibition "Tutankhamen RealExperience", staged at Palazzo Reale.
Presenting the ticket of the Archaeological Museum at the ticket offices of Palazzo Reale, and vice versa, you will be entitled to a discount on the ticket respectively.
"Under the sky of Nut. Divine Egypt", dedicated to the spiritual and conceptual universe of Egyptian civilization, has more than 150 works including bronze, stone and faïence sculptures, votive reliefs, sarcophagi, mummies and elements of the funerary outfit. The selected finds come from the Egyptian collection of the Archaeological Museum of Milano and other important Italian institutions (Egyptian Museum of Turin, National Archaeological Museum of Florence, Civic Archaeological Museum of Bologna, Civic Museum of Antiquities "J.J.Winckelmann" of Trieste, University of Pavia Museum of Archaeology).
Until September 13, 2020 the Museum is open as follows::
• Saturday - Sunday: 11 a.m. - 6 p.m. The last entrance is at 5 p.m.
Access is from Corso Magenta 15 and exit from Via Nirone 7.
Reservation is highly recommended but not compulsory. You can find the reference platform at the link. The entrance remains restricted.