King Tut Museum
King Tut Museum in Genena City is the most important sightseeing in South Sinai. It’s collecting one To one copied pieces of King Tut exhibits from Egyptian Museum. All the pieces were created under supervision of Ministry of State for Antiquities affairs.
135 pieces in an integrated museum were proposed with a series of photographs showing the opening of the cemetery and some of the documents in the handwriting of Howard Carter, who discovered the tomb in 1922 and the museum has been designed to the highest level of vision and lighting supported by full explanation of different languages and content management of the museum