First in line

by Kate C
Publish date
8 April 2011
Comments (2)

Tutankhamun and the Golden Age of the Pharaohs opens to the public this morning, and to ensure she was the first person into the exhibition, a very excited visitor has been waiting at Melbourne Museum since 7:40am.

  Pam Pam and Brian at the front of Melbourne Museum.
Source: Museum Victoria

Pam and her husband Brian have travelled all the way from Albury to be here for the first session. Pam is clearly a big King Tut fan; she's even wearing him around her neck!

Tickets for the exhibition are selling fast and many sessions are sold out. Be sure to pre-purchase your tickets online.

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Pam 8 April, 2011 19:40
The 2.20 minute wait was well and truly worth it. It is an amazing and awesome exhibition.We both loved it and were in awe of the whole exhibition. Everyone was so lovely. Thank you for putting this on. Pam and Brian
sandy sturdivant 9 April, 2011 23:03
Way to go, Pam and Brian! We traveled 2 days to see a King Tut exhibit in the States, and we enjoyed every single minute of it. Wish we could see the one there in Melbourne. I bet it's awesome!
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