A relaxing Sunday afternoon wandering around the exhibition which explores the role of kingship in ancient Egypt and presents the splendour and power of the ancient kings. Followed by late lunch/early dinner and drinks somewhere nice nearby. Good train service to and from Bristol.
Pharaoh: King of Egypt
A British Museum Tour
16 March 2013 – 21 July 2013
£5 / £4 concessions / £3 children / Free Under 5s / Family Ticket £10
Pharaoh: King of Egypt presents the splendour and power of the ancient kings and queens.
This touring exhibition from the British Museum explores the time of the pharaohs through fascinating objects from their world-class collection of Ancient Egyptian artefacts, many of which had never been on display outside of London until this tour.
To find out more about this exhibition and for booking information visit our Pharaoh: King of Egypt page.
Parking available on street in Berkeley Square, off Park Street or the roads behind the museum. You can park in any of the city car parks but the closest two are West End and Trenchard Street Car Parks both about five minutes walk away. Use Car Park Finder to check for their locations and facilities.