Mummies Of The World: The Exhibition Comes to the Carnegie Science Center

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A mummified woman from Hungary (Current photo by Jake Mysliwczyk)

By Jake Mysliwczyk
Visuals Editor


Mummies of the World: The Exhibition has arrived to the Carnegie Science Center and will open to the public this Saturday October 5. The exhibit features 40 real human and animal mummies and 85 related artifacts from all over the globe. This gives visitors a look back into the lives of ancient people from every region of the world including Europe, South America, and Ancient Egypt. Exhibits include a mummified family from Hungary, a mummified German nobleman found crypt of a 15th century castle, South American shrunken heads, and more.

Guests will experience dramatic displays of the mummies and their personal stories, as well as state-of-the-art multimedia stations that take visitors on a 4,500 year journey to explore the mummies’ history and origins as well as how they were created, both naturally and intentionally.

A shrunken head still wrapped (Current photo by Jake Mysliwczyk)

Mummies of the World: The Exhibition opens Saturday October 5th and tickets are expected to be in high demand. Advanced reservations are encouraged. Tickets can be purchased in advanced online here.

A mummified house cat found preserved inside an abandoned building. (Current photo by Jake Mysliwczyk)

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