Just beyond the Great Pyramids of Giza in the basement of Cairo’s Grand Egyptian Museum, which is set to be the world’s largest archaeological museum when it opens in 2018, Egyptian and Japanese restoration experts unpacked the pharaoh’s treasured artifacts from sealed wooden boxes.

Some of the world’s oldest relics, including dozens belonging to King Tut, who ruled Egypt more than 3,000 years ago, are being carefully shuttled from the old Egyptian Museum in central Cairo to the vast halls of the new one 23 kilometers away.

via New Cairo museum hopes Tutankhamun’s chariot will be a draw for tourists – The Archaeology News Network

Image reference: The chariot of the ancient Egyptian boy-king Tutankhamun is seen during its transfer from the Egyptian Museum 
to the new Grand Egyptian Museum in Giza May 23, 2017 [Credit: Reuters/Mohamed Abd El Ghany] from https://archaeologynewsnetwork.blogspot.com/2017/05/new-cairo-museum-hopes-tutankhamuns.html#DuICKdtAcGagHGi8.99