The National Geographic Museum is temporarily closed.
Located blocks from the White House, the National Geographic Museum features ever-changing exhibits in exploration, scientific research, storytelling, and education. Their current exhibition is: Beyond King Tut.
Beyond King Tut will take visitors on a time-traveling journey flooded with sight, sound, and intrigue through the world of King Tut — the boy who reigned as the pharaoh of Egypt more than 3,000 years ago — and the discovery of his tomb and treasures in 1922. The discovery of the intact tomb of King Tut captured the imagination of the world, and the mysteries surrounding the tomb still resonate today.
Drawing from the storied archives of the National Geographic Society, the exhibition combines the power of cinematic storytelling and soaring imagery made possible with state-of-the-art projection mapping to invite visitors into the golden king’s world like never before. (Business Wire, Mar ’22)
With a wide range of changing exhibitions, the National Geographic Museum is an ideal destination for curious people of all ages. Visitors are invited to experience the work of National Geographic through engaging, dynamic exhibitions featuring everything from iconic photography and world-famous artifacts to interactive learning stations and behind-the-scenes stories.
Learn about this unique destination online, including hours, admission, and more.
National Geographic Museum • Wash, DC (Map)
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