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Indiana Jones and the Adventure of Archaeology!

Dec 17, 2015 11:00:00 AM

Brigid Reardon

 

 

Join Indiana Jones on  his quest for the holy grail and more at the National Geographic Museum!

Currently an exhibit at the National Geographic Museum in Washington, D.C., Indiana Jones and the Adventure of Archaeology allows visitors to learn about field archaeology by walking in the footsteps of Indiana Jones. The exhibit features everything from an exlusive collection of Indiana Jones film props to real world archaeological artefacts, all while being led by a handheld multimedia guide to help every visitor get the most out of their experience. 

Indiana Jones and the Adventure of Archaeology

Of course, the featured film Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade is our personal favorite, as it was partly filmed in Jordan and features the world wonder Petra! At the exhibit you'll get to see highlights from the film featuring Petra and lots of fun props actually used by Harrison Ford in the movie like these. 

Indiana Jones' hat and whip     Indiana Jones props

Hurry, the exhibit ends January 16th and this is one you won't want to miss!

Get a sneak peak into the exhibit by clicking here.

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