Cincinnati Museum Center: Omnimax Theater

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  • Cincinnati Museum Center: Omnimax Theater

    "mummies of the World" with Audio Tour for Two at Cincinnati Museum Center at Union Terminal (up to 42% Off)


    Limit 4 per person. Valid only for option purchased. Redeem for a ticket at venue. Must show v.. read morealid ID matching name on Groupon at Cincinnati Museum Center at Union Terminal. Refundable only on day of purchase. Discount reflects Cincinnati Museum Center's current ticket prices-price may differ on day of the event. For ADA seating, call box office promptly upon receipt of voucher - availability is limited. The Deal $39.95 for two tickets with two audio tours and one DVD to the Mummies of the World exhibit (up to a $69 value) Where: Cincinnati Museum Center at Union Terminal Click here to see exhibition hours. Full offer value includes ticketing fees. Mummies of the World To make Mummies of the World: The Exhibition, it took 10 museums, several countries, and thousands of years. That work resulted in a collection of 45 mummified specimens and artifacts from around the globe. Each one has a story for viewers to discover. The Orlovits family was interred in a long-forgotten Hungarian church crypt in the 18th century and discovered only in 1994. The Baron von Holz meanwhile most likely died in Germany nearly 400 years ago, and was discovered by descendants of his relatives in the crypt of his own family. s castle. Naturally, the ancient Egyptians are well-represented, with their ranks including a cat mummy in painted linens. Non-invasive technological advances such as DNA analysis and radiocarbon dating draw back the shroud of history without disturbing the mummies. 3-D animation reveals the process of preserving a mummy so that it survives the ravages of time. An in-depth, two-hour audio tour helps visitors delve into the lives of the humans they once were and the world they knew.

    • Added 02/25/15 by Groupon | Purchase by: 03/23/15
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B K.
The Museum Center really is one of the best options for family excursions in Cincinnati. We've been members for years now. Our daughter has enjoyed...

Jonathan E.
attended here for the Maker Faire. enjoyable! nice facility, though we didn't see all of it. we have seen "Butterflies" at the Omnimax before. it was...

Elyse F.
One of Cincinnati's gems. I love Union Terminal. The building itself is AMAZING. Workmanship such as that that went into the creation of this building...
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Cincinnati Union Terminal under construction on 2/26/32; the art deco landmark opened on 3/31/33. The arch represented a metaphorical gateway to the city. Photo courtesy Cincinnati Museum Center.
Carly Zeis
Always a great place to visit. Try to go to the man-made caves down in the Natural History portion of the museum. Try the SpaceMan ice cream at the gift shop!
Douglass McDonald
You must stare at the rotunda and it is 106 feet to the top. Go to the corner of the rotunda by the Rookwood Ice Cream Parlor and send a friend to the opposite corner. You can hear each ot
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William Harris
Awful, will never set foot in that place again. I had never been to this museum before but was shocked at how disorganized/poorly managed that place was, especially in light of all the positive reviews. To begin with, I went to see the Diana exhibit. I was shocked at a $6 parking fee but, this wa....
Michaela Hicks
This museam is very awesime but it gets ild wgen you gi to it alot.haha
Jennifer Tyzzer
also me place for little kids i wish it was bigger! food it is great and service is really nice its kinda far for us
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