Just from walking in, the environment feels as if you were in an ancient Egyptian tomb/cave/pyramid. Upon entrance, there are different sections and interactive activities for all ages to engage in. One fascinating diorama within the exhibit shows viewers the lifestyle of the egyptians, and help viewers visualize the scene with miniature figurines. Moving onward to engaging activities, there is a table where visitors look for certain images, a table with interview questions, and a small crawl through space to experience what it may feel like to enter a tomb, or even trying out the Pharaoh's throne. How cool would it feel to be royal for a minute? Passing the interactive interview table there was a display case of old ancient Egypt makeup. The makeup was made up of different materials like kohl, which is made up of different ingredients that are used nowadays. Some other captivating artifacts in the exhibit include the mummies, a replica rosetta stone tablet, and more. If you would like more information come check the exhibit out in person at the Fitchburg Art Museum.
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