Egypt – Land of Immortality

The exhibition “Egypt: Land of Immortality” opens the doors to the fascinating world of advanced civilization on the Nile. The exhibits, which are up to 6,000 years old, are the centrepiece of a show that with impressive installations and theme worlds grants a cultural-historical overview of everyday life in the land of the Pharaohs and of their very particular ideas of the Beyond. With valuable originals, the exhibition portrays life on the fertile banks of the Nile in all important epochs of Ancient Egypt: from the beginnings to the 4th century BCE up to the Coptic era in the 6th and 7th centuries CE. A varied supporting programme with hands-on exhibits rounds out the exhibition and makes it an unforgettable experience, especially for children, families and school groups.



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Exhibitions and events

Buried History

Temporary exhibition at Reiss-Engelhorn-Museen until 31.12.2022

Visitors embark on a thrilling journey through time that with a display of exceptional original finds takes them from the Stone Age via the Bronze and Iron Age up to the Roman Era and into the early...

Java Gold – Splendour and Beauty of Indonesia

Temporary exhibition at Reiss-Engelhorn-Museen until 13.04.2020

Java - rainforests, volcanoes and mysterious temples. For over 1,000 years, Indonesia was the home of powerful kingdoms. Their legendary splendour comes to brilliant life in the jewellery made from...

Chromatics – the Sound of Colour in Modern Glass Art

Temporary exhibition at Reiss-Engelhorn-Museen until 24.04.2020

The Reiss-Engelhorn-Museums are devoting this special exhibition "Chromatics" to the world of contemporary glass art. Its focus is on the interplay of light and colour. The material glass is usually...

Biennale für aktuelle Fotografie: Reconsidering Icons

Temporary exhibition at Reiss-Engelhorn-Museen from 29.02.2020

The iconic image is a known phenomenon. Newspapers and news portals constantly label images as „iconic“. Once a photograph actually gains popularity news channels are quick to profit from it. They...

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