Lost Egypt, one of the Franklin Institute’s premier exhibits, will close on August 28th. Don’t miss this showcase that includes an impressive collection of art and artifacts from ancient Egypt, as well as a quest for knowledge and discovery. The family-friendly area also features a recreation of an Egyptian tomb, a real mummy, and interactive components. Visitors can enter a re-created archaeological dig site, catch a theatrical presentation, and learn about Egyptian art, technology, language, and culture.
The Franklin Institute is one of the oldest and most acclaimed centers of science education and development in the country. Its mission is to inspire passion for learning about sciences and technologies. One of the best places to visit in Philadelphia, The Franklin Institute is a prominent educational and cultural resource.
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