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NMA Cultural Discovery Package at Novotel Canberra
NMA Cultural Discovery Package
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Don’t miss out on the world-class exhibitions in Canberra. Step into the ancient land of Egypt with “Discovering Ancient Egypt” at the National Museum of Australia. Uncover the mysteries of this fascinating civilization, from intricately decorated coffins to depictions of gods and even mummified individuals.
Be enchanted by the timeless art of Emily Kam Kngwarray at the National Gallery of Australia. Take in this remarkable Australian artist’s work, spanning vibrant batiks to monumental canvas paintings. Explore a visual journey you won’t want to miss.
Immerse yourself in culture, art and history with this Cultural Discovery Package, making your stay an enriching experience. When you stay at Novotel Canberra, you will enjoy comfortable and spacious rooms in the heart of the city.
Embark on a dual exhibition adventure that will leave you inspired and enlightened.
- Overnight stay in a room of your choice
- Breakfast for two adults
- Exhibition tickets per adult
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- Rates are subject to availability.
- Tickets include entry to Discoverying Ancient Egypt Exhibition at the National Museum of Australia and Emily Kam Kngwarray Exhibtion at the National Gallery of Australia.
- All reservations must be guaranteed with a credit card valid at the date of the start of your stay, unless otherwise specified.
- Cancel up to 3 days prior to check-in date. Beyond that time, the first night will be charged.
- Please note: The exhibition includes the display of mummified people and animals. There are five mummified individuals: the women Sensaos and Ta(net)kharu, or Tadis; the man Harerem; an unknown male and an unknown female. The people are displayed in a separate room. The original linen bandages that wrap each of these individuals are intact.