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The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis Takes You to the City of the 1000 Minarets In Take Me There: Egypt
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Traveling to Egypt has never been so easy. The ancient pyramids, sphinxes and King Tut. In Take Me There: Egypt, the newest permanent exhibit at The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis, visitors leave Indianapolis far behind and “travel” aboard EgyptAir to the Cairo of today. Called the triumphant city, it is the capital of Egypt and Africa’s most populous city ─ modern, dense, crowded and very welcoming.

“The new 13,000 square-foot international exhibit will feature a different culture every two to three years, with Egypt as the first,” said Dr. Jeffrey H. Patchen, president and CEO of The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis. “Families will be fascinated to learn about the differences but also surprised by some of the commonalities we share with Egyptians.”

Take Me There: Egypt was created after more than five years of planning, and provides such an immersive experience that visitors will feel like they’ve experienced the country firsthand.

Recently King Tut landed in Indy as well. Up close with the Child Pharaoh.

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