King Tut: The Exhibition will be on display at the Pacific Science Center through January 6, 2013. Along with all the excitement of the exhibition, several Seattle area businesses are offering discounts and Egyptian-themed specials. Here are some of our favorites.
2801 NW Market Street
Seattle, WA 98107
For this special season, Seattle’s Habitude Salon and Spa has put together some Nile Revival ancient Egyptian beauty rituals just for you. Begin your journey with a sensory escape in and around the Egyptian Spa Temple. Receive an offering of tea, nuts, fruit and chocolate. Then be delighted with ancient treatments, traditions and tinctures of lavender and citrus signifying NETERU—harmony, balance and equilibrium. Choose from one of nine different treatments, from massage to eye treatment to make you feel like an Egyptian god or goddess… at least for the day. Call for an appointment.
Pacific Place Seattle
Seattle, WA 98101
To commemorate the final appearance of this great exhibit, 11 Olives has put together a unique and limited edition bottle of 2012 Extra Virgin Olive Oil. King Tut’s oil is 100% USDA Organic, Estate grown, and certified 2012 Extra Virgin by the California Olive Oil Council. This is a great way to remember a once in a lifetime event and get your hands on the freshest EVOO around.READ MORE: Fourth Stimulus Check: Is Another Relief Payment Coming?
King Tut Seattle Hotel Packages
Several downtown hotels are offering special overnight packages including VIP tickets to the King Tut exhibit that get you to the front of the line. For example, Seattle’s Hotel Andra is offering their Treasures of Tut package, which includes The Treasures of Tut package includes: accomodations for two, VIP Tickets to the Tutankhamun Exhibition, locally made Pyramid Chocolates, commemorative King Tut Bottle of Wine, Pharoh postcards, and overnight valet parking.
Check out all the hotel specials online HERE.
FREE Photo Op With Anubis
King Street Station
303 South Jackson Street
Seattle, WA 98104
According to Seattle’s Department of Transportation, the gigantic statue of Anubis, will be at King Street Station’s Jackson Plaza until the end of July or beginning of August, to commemorate the Tutankhamun exhibit at the Pacific Science Center. The statue stands 26 feet tall and weighs over 5 tons. Head to see the jackal-headed god and snap a picture with him while you’re there.MORE NEWS: The Story Behind Showtime's New Russell Westbrook Documentary: 'This Is Russell Claiming His Own Narrative'
For more on the King Tut exhibit in Seattle, click HERE.