I am a big fan of museums (if you couldn’t already tell from the headline of this article).
Museums are my safe place where I can walk around for hours learning about the history of different parts of our world.
As a city girl I’m lucky enough to live close to The Australian Museum in Sydney so I shamelessly spend a lot of my time there.
When I found out that the Ramses & the Gold of the Pharaohs exhibition was making its way to Sydney I immediately messaged my manager and asked for an extended lunch break because I was about to be busy.
If you think I’m coming across a bit intense, firstly, you’re probably right. Secondly – let me put into context just how absolutely insane it is that we have this exhibition at our doorstep.
Only ten cities in the entire world are hosting this exhibition. Some of the artefacts displayed have also left Egypt for the first time ever! People fly interstate to be able to attend (and I would’ve been one of those people if the exhibition wasn’t hosted here).