When visiting Italy, a visit to an Egyptian museum might not be the first thing you would think of, but the Egyptian Museum in Turin is considered the most important in the world in terms of value and quantity of artifacts after the Museum of Egyptian Antiquities in Cairo. A stay in Italy would be greatly enhanced by a visit to this museum, and a private 2.5 hour kid-friendly tour is the best way to do it! All the main exhibits in the collection are included, and the tour is led by a highly-qualified guide with experience working with children and families, making your visit both fun and educational.
The museum may seem a little overwhelming with its 10,000 m2 displaying over 3,000 artifacts, but our local kid-friendly guide will make the visit both fun and educational, selecting some of the most intriguing and fascinating exhibits in order to keep you and your children focused and entertained.
Highlights of the musem include the statue of Ramses II, the Mensa Isiaca (“The Table of Isis”), and the Turin King List (or Turin Royal Canon), as well as numerous sarcophagi, mummies, papyrus scrolls, books of the dead, 3,000 year-old-paintings, original tombs, and even ruins of temples.
With the aid of modern technology, including iPads and other visual devices, your guide will take you back in time to Ancient Egypt, engaging both you and your children with quizzes, games and lots of interactivity, both informing and entertaining you at the same time.
This is a private 2.5 hour kid-friendly tour. You and your family will be able to enjoy skip-the-line admission, and will have a highly-qualified guide all to yourselves.