Yet another immersive experience is set to come to Toronto. The exhibit is called Immersive King Tut and visitors get to step inside “the sifting sands of history and unravel a story 3,300 years in the making.”

Immersive King Tut will be stopping in Toronto, and at this time it looks to be the only Canadian city on the list!

According to Immersive King Tut, “Pharaoh Tutankhamun was the last of his royal family, the 18th Dynasty, to rule Egypt. This year marks the 100 year anniversary of the discovery of his tomb. Opulence, royal intrigue, mystery – experience it all at Immersive King Tut!”

Besides Toronto, the immersive show will also stop in Los Angeles, Chicago, Denver, Dallas, Phoenix, Houston, Nashville, Detroit, Minneapolis, Kansas City, San Francisco, an New York.

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While the website says that the exhibit will come to Toronto, the date hasn’t been announced yet.

Also coming to Toronto soon is an immersive Bob Marley exhibit, a “unique multi-room exhibit” dedicated to various chapters of Marley’s life, music, and legacy.

The season of immersive exhibits is not slowing down any time soon here in the north, and soon, there will be so much more to see.