Photo courtesy of Orlando Science Center
Photo courtesy of Orlando Science Center
Photo courtesy of Orlando Science Center

The nationally touring blockbuster exhibit Mummies of the World will close to the public on November 29.

The exhibition gives a closer look at the scientific study of mummies, and a window into how past cultures lived.

Specimens in the exhibit include 18th-century family, the Orlovits, medical mummies from the University of Maryland, Baron von Holz from Sommersdorf, Germany, and MUMAB – the first modern-day, man-made mummy.

For more photos of the exhibits on display click HERE.

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  1. Alright! Pete Gogan, KevinandPriya Moorhouse, Cristina Navarro Motta, Tammy, Emily Walker – you’re all winners! Your tickets (you each get two tickets, so grab your plus one) will be waiting at the box office for you when you’re ready. You have until the end of the month to see the exhibit. Be sure to tag us in your photos!

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    “Well, I just bit my lip!”