Antiquities from Egypt’s pharaonic period fill the 107 halls of one the world’s most unique and extensive museums. Perhaps the best known exhibit is the treasure trove excavated from King Tut’s tomb, featuring the mummy’s Gold Mask. The Royal Mummy Room holds mummies of several kings and queens of the New Kingdom. Elsewhere, small artifacts such as coins and jewels, as well as large statues, monuments and sarcophagi, from all dynasties are on display.