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For a limited time visitors can view artifacts of King Tut at the Pacific Science Center in Seattle. The exhibit includes over 100 items that were unearthed in King Tut’s tomb and other Egyptian burial sites, Satellite Internet Plans, including the golden sandals that the boy king was wearing when he was first unwrapped.
To improve the experience for everyone and avoid overcrowding, timed tickets are being sold to the event. The tickets also cover general admission to the other displays in the Pacific Science Center.
An audio guide, which is narrated by Harrison Ford, is available for purchase inside the museum.I found some more information here. Two IMAX movies centered around the history of Egypt and the Pharaohs are also playing at the museum.
The King Tut exhibit will be on display from May 24, 2012 through January 6, 2013. Many area hotels are selling special VIP packages that enable the guest to visit the display with undated and untimed tickets. These tickets enable guests to enter the display at the front of the line.
Other exhibits at the Pacific Science Center include: dinosaurs, a butterfly house, a health-related research studio, a giant robotic insect village, animal exhibits, technology exhibits and much more. The Pacific Science Center also features several traveling, limited-time exhibits.