Due to the impact of COVID-19, we are saddened to share the news that the exhibition Tutankhamun: Treasures of the Golden Pharaoh exhibition will not reopen in London.
We know many of you were hoping we could find a way for the exhibition to be extended, and the Gallery & Organisers of the exhibition explored various options in the hopes of being able to do so. But due to UK government social distancing restrictions as well as ongoing health concerns and uncertainty surrounding COVID-19, it would not be possible to deliver the experience our visitors deserve in a safe and responsible manner.
We are pleased to have welcomed more than 580,000 visitors to the exhibition and thank our visitors, staff and digital community for all their support.
Stay connected via our website and social media for updates about when Saatchi Gallery will re-open.
Tutankhamun's Priceless Treasures to Make Final London Appearance
'TUTANKHAMUN: Treasures of the Golden Pharaoh Celebrates the Centenary of Howard Carter's Discovery;
Unprecedented Collection Coming to Saatchi Gallery in November
Produced by the Egyptian Ministry of Antiquities and IMG, and presented by Viking Cruises
In residence at the Saatchi Gallery until 3 May 2020, the exhibition commemorates the 100th anniversary of the discovery of Tutankhamun's tomb, and is the final chance to see these glittering world heritage artefacts before they return to Egypt forever.
Explore the life of King Tutankhamun, and the storied discovery that captivated the world, through more than 150 authentic pieces from the tomb - three times the quantity that has travelled in previous exhibitions - more than 60 of which are travelling outside of Egypt for the first time.
The third of 10 cities to host TUTANKHAMUN: Treasures of the Golden Pharaoh the London showing follows record-breaking stops in Los Angeles and Paris. In Los Angeles the exhibition was among the most successful in the history of the California Science Centre, while in Paris it became France's most attended exhibition of all time with over 1.4 million visitors.
This is a once in a lifetime opportunity to experience the wonder and mystery of the boy king before his priceless objects return to Egypt forever.
The exhibition ends soon. Don't miss out on the final chance to see the treasures in the UK. Sell-outs are expected and advance booking is highly recommended.
Adult: Peak from £28.50 / Off Peak from £24.50 + fees Concessions(Senior 55+, student, wheelchair/ambulant): Peak from £26.00 + fees / Off Peak from £22.00 + fees Child; aged 16 and under (3 and under go free): Peak from £19.50 + fees / Off Peak from £16.50 + fees
**Ticket pricings are subject to change
**Peak sessions include but are not limited to weekends, school and public holidays
**Tickets will be sold in 30 minute entry sessions
Due to the popularity of the exhibition it may take up to 30 minutes outside to pass through security and enter the exhibition. Please do not arrive early as previously advised.
Please allow adequate time to enjoy the exhibition (30 minutes to enter, 60-90 mins to go through the exhibition).
Please do not bring large luggage, suitcases, cabin bags, adult and/or child scooters, and other oversized objects to the show. Wheeled suitcases, folding bicycles, adult and child scooters cannot be taken into the exhibition, and are not able to be stored within the cloakroom, regardless of their size and/or weight. Luggage storage is available at major rail stations, including Victoria Station which is a short tube ride, or a 20-minute walk from the Saatchi Gallery. Coats, small bags and pushchairs can be left in the exhibition cloakroom for a fee.