On Monday April 26th Museo Egizio reopens the public again, with its rich collection and the temporary exhibition “Archeologia Invisibile”, as well as with a new exhibition project: "Nel laboratorio dello studioso" ("In the researcher's workshop"), which will focus on a series of artefacts from the Museum's collection and whicch will offer visitors an in-depth study on the stories they hold and on the research carried out by curators and scholars.
Every two months the exhibition will be dedicated to a different artefact, which will be investigated from an archaeological and historical point of view, through studies and analysis, and in connection with other objects. Research will always remain at the center of the scene: "Nel laboratorio dello studioso" was created with the aim of bringing the visitor closer to the scientific activity that takes place every day on the objects displayed in the rooms and kept in the warehouses. For more information on the exhibition click HERE.
For museum admission online booking is mandatory, with at least one day of advance: click HERE to choose the day and time slot. Visitors will also have to show their electronic ticket at the entry. The observed opening hours will be the ordinary one: Monday from 9 to 14 and from Tuesday to Sunday from 9 to 18.30, with last admission one hour before closing. In compliance with safety regulations, group guided tours, which can also be purchased online, will be limited to the participation of a maximum of 20 people.