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Indiana Jones and the Adventure of Archaeology, presented by the National Geographic Society, immerses you in the science and history of field archaeology. Walk in the footsteps of beloved film hero Indiana Jones as you embark on this interactive museum adventure.
This unique exhibition features :
- A vast and exclusive collection of Indiana Jones film props, models, concept art, and set designs from the Lucasfilm Archives
- An interactive tour of legendary sites that sheds light on historical myths such as the Ark of the Covenant and the Holy Grail
- A rare chance to see some of the world’s most impressive material remains and real-world artefacts from ancient societies from the collections of the world-renowned Penn Museum and the National Geographic Society archives
- A handheld multimedia guide that lets you personalize your exhibit experience
- An interactive quest game that let’s children of all ages test their skills and explore the exhibit content in a fun, innovative way
Our team of experts
This first-of-its-kind touring museum exhibition was developed by X3 Productions in collaboration with a team of world-renowned specialists to ensure it presents a factual interpretation of the principles and methodologies of field archaeology.
Michel Fortin is a full professor of archaeology specializing in Near Eastern archaeology. Dr. Fortin has been teaching in the Department of History at Université Laval in Quebec City (Canada) for nearly three decades. He has led numerous excavation teams in the Middle East.
Archaeologist and National Geographic fellow Dr. Fredrik Hiebert is an expert in his field. He has searched for human history in some of the world’s most remote and exotic places.
Dr. Fortin and Dr. Hiebert have helped develop the exhibition’s scientific and educational content.
The result of this collaboration is a unique exhibition that invites you to discover the steps achaeologists take to uncover real-world artefacts and their meaning.
Preview of the exhibition
By navigating through the website’s four zones, “Quest for treasure”, “Dig into the past”, “Investigate”, and “Solve the mystery”, get a glimpse of what awaits you in the exhibition.
Don’t miss out!