King Tut replicas part of home show

The Del Mar Winter Home Decorating & Remodeling Show has something different to offer this year. A collection of more than 275 museum-quality replicas from King Tutankhamon’s tomb will be on display.

The Treasures of King Tut exhibit has been traveling the world since the 1960s and followed a 1980 Egyptian Parliament Decree that original artifacts from King Tut’s tomb would never leave Egypt again.

The show will also feature a “green” theme, highlighting businesses that offer environmentally friendly products.

The Del Mar show is part of Shows USA Home Shows and Travel Expo. Admission is free. Parking is $9. For more information, visit Del Mar Home Shows. The show takes place in O’Brien Hall and the Activity Center.

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