What We Found In Lost Egypt {Review & Giveaway}

11 May

Disclaimer: I was given tickets to The Franklin Institute and the Lost Egypt exhibit free of charge for the purposes of this review. As always, the opinions are all mine.

Before I start I need to say that my photos are lacking because Bill and I both used our phones to take pictures and while we were out his phone was hacked and erased along with all the photos he took that day.

We took the boys on a weekday figuring that it might be a little less crowded but it was Election Day so no such luck.

Lost Egypt

As soon as we walked into the exhibit we saw this super awesome camel. The boys couldn’t wait to hop on for a photo or two. They never want their picture taken so the fact that they were more than just willing is saying a lot.

Lost Egypt

Making the wind blow around the pyramids.

There were so many fun, interactive things to see and do. It was fun for the kids but it was also really interesting for the adults. The exhibits made the kids think. From seeing what happens to sand as it blows around the pyramids, to trying to piece together a broken pot, everything was very engaging.

Lost Egypt

Piecing together an ancient pot.

My favorite part was the ancient artifacts. Looking at mummies and stones that were thousands upon thousands of years old was quite humbling. I had Cameron doing the math to figure out how old each artifact was so it was extra educational for him.

Lost Egypt

Logan loved looking at the x-ray of the mummified cat.

The only downside is that it was too small, I left there wanting more.

Here’s were you can be a winner. Use the widget below to enter to win a family four pack of tickets to see the Lost Egypt exhibit for yourself. The tickets include admission to The Franklin Institute as well.

a Rafflecopter giveaway

signature
Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...
1 comments
AndreaBlair
AndreaBlair

Love FI, one of my favorite places as a kid!