Through multimedia, interactive stations and 3-D animation, guests will learn more about mummies and their individual stories. Guests can enjoy a special glimpse into the lives of ancient civilizations from around the world. The exhibition also showcases the scientific methods used to study mummies.
The exhibition features mummies and artifacts from 12 world-renowned museums. Items on display include Baron Von Holz, a German nobleman who was found in the family crypt of a 14th century castle; the Vac Mummies, a mummified family from Hungary believed to have died from tuberculosis; the Burns Collection, a group of medical mummies used to teach anatomy in the early 19th century; an Egyptian priest; and several Egyptian animal mummies, including a falcon, a fish, a dog and a baby crocodile.