19 May → 26 Sep 2021
From Tuesday to from Sunday, from 10pm to 6pm. Closed on Monday
It will soon be two hundred years since the discovery of hieroglyphs by Jean-François Champollion. For this occasion, the Granet Museum is pulling out all the stops! The Granet Museum's collection is one of the most important collections of Egyptian art, with a few pieces on loan from the Louvre. Two hundred pieces of remarkable quality are on display throughout the summer: a bas-relief of the pyramid of Keops, incredible steles, a sarcophagus and its mummy, the royal colossus of the lineage of the Ramses pharaohs! Thematic digital devices accompany the exhibition, including one that was published by Ubisoft, "Discovery tour Assassin's creed, Ancient Egypt". And if you are a little lost in time, chronological markers are available on the Musée Granet website. Not to be missed!