An Ancient Egyptian Experience - in the Philadelphia Area!
If you plan to be in the Philadelphia area in 2010, you're in for a historic treat. Philadelphia's own Franklin Institute will be host to an amazing archeological exhibition: "Cleopatra: The Search for the Last Queen of Egypt", from June 5, 2010 through January 2, 2011. And with double-ticket discount pricing, there's no better time to take part in this piece of astonishing history.
This Exhibition in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania was co-organized by National Geographic and Arts and Exhibitions International. The show's objects are made possible by several archealogical excavations, including those of Dr. Zahi Hawass at Taposiris Magna, and Franck Goddio's European Institute for Underwater Archaeology (IEASM) from Mediterranean Sea explorations. The focus of these excavations is locating the ever-elusive tombs of Egypt's Queen Cleopatra VII and Roman general Mark Antony.
Come to the beautiful city of Philadelphia and re-live the ancient Egyptian experience through artifacts including gold coins, stone sculptures and extraordinary photos and film footage of the artifacts' retrieval.
But that's not all... Philadelphia is a cultural mecca of art, history, dining, shopping and so much more. Come and pay us a visit... there's so much to see and do in Bucks County, PA, and we're happy to give you the grand tour!
Don't miss this one-of-a-kind Egyptian exhibit. Plan a trip to our beautiful city, and if you need a Philadelphia car service to get you there, be sure to check with us first. Not only is discount pricing available on Exhibition tickets, but also on travel arrangements to take you to the show!