The Egyptian Museum of Cairo holds the world’s largest collection of ancient Pharaonic relics and exhibitions consisting of more than 120,000 artifacts. Some highlights of the museum include artifacts from the tombs of the Pharaohs Thutmosis III, Thutmosis IV, Hatshepsut, Amenophis II, and numerous artifacts from the Valley of the Kings. Of particular interest are the relics from the tomb of Tutankhamen, and there are two statues of the young pharaoh—one crafted of cedar one and one covered with gold. Special rooms contains numerous mummies of royal family members and kings from the New Kingdom. Private transportation and bottled water is provided for this excursion.