A visitor listens to an audio recording about a religious statue during a preview of a King Tut exhibit at Seattle Center on Wednesday, May 23, 2012, in Seattle. It’s been more than 30 years since people from around the Pacific Northwest stood in long lines at Seattle Center to see King Tut the boy king. The Pacific Science Center is hoping the pharaoh will generate the same kind of enthusiasm this year as a new exhibit opens this week, taking a final bow at the Seattle museum before his artifacts return to Egypt.

Elaine Thompson / AP Photo

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