LET’S PAINT THE TOMB OF THE PHARAOH
ARCOS museum – the Egyptian Section contains photographic reproductions of a small part of the tomb of Queen Nefertari that allow young visitors to admire the size of the figures, the vivacity of colours and the harmony of style.
Kids are catapulted into a fantastic exploration inside the tomb, where they can admire the beautiful paintings that tell the journey of the queen from life to death.
This is a journey through that bring to the discovery of the “Great Royal Bride” of Pharaoh Ramesses II, “the most beautiful” queen, as her name suggests, loved and respected by her subjects.
Like little artists, kids will reproduce and paint some frescoes of the tomb and take them home as a souvenir of this wonderful journey
Length: about 1.5 hours
Target group: Primary and Secondary first-degree schools