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Due to the COVID-19 outbreak the Egypt Centre is closed until further notice and all events have been put online or postponed.


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

February Half Term Family Workshop

With fun filled activates fit for a king, this February half term is sure to be a royal success with our Fab Pharaohs family workshop!

Discover some of the most famous Pharaohs of ancient Egypt in our live Zoom introduction including Ramesses the Great, Cleopatra, and the boy king Tutankhamun. Learn to write your name in Hieroglyphs, watch our royal mummification demonstration and even have ago at making your very own Egyptian collars, plus so much more.

Drop in as many times as you like from the 13th -21st February for only £5.

Suitable for ages 6-11.

Book your place today!


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Happy New Year: Celebrating new beginnings as reflected in the Egypt Centre collection

Join me for another Curator’s Chats where we shall be discussing some of the objects within the Egypt Centre that may have been used to celebrate the ancient Egyptian New Year.

We will be taking a look into the major festivals held in the first month of the ancient Egyptian calendar including the infamous festival of drunkenness, and exploring the collection for artefacts and characters which may have helped the ancient festivities ‘go with a swing.

20th January – 3pm

For ages 18+

Book your Free ticket!

 


 

 

 

Zoom Lectures

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic the Egypt Center has had to close, so we have started a new Egypt Centre Fundraising Lecture Series to generate income for the Museum. The much needed proceeds generated from these ticket sales will go directly to the Egypt Centre, and help us to continue operating during these difficult times.

Support you museum and join us for an exciting series of talks on variety of ancient Egyptian topics including the new discoveries from the Saqqara Saite Tombs Project!

The next talk can be found here


As well as the online events above, you will find more to do on our learning from home page

(not just for kids)

 


 

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