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Angkor: The Lost Empire of Cambodia – Opening Day

Friday, February 23rd

Get ready to explore one of the greatest empires of all time at Royal Alberta Museum’s upcoming international feature exhibition Angkor: The Lost Empire of Cambodia.

See over 120 objects and treasures, many of which are on tour for the first time, through a lens of science and discovery. Marvel at the early symbolism of relics and sculptures and learn about the dynamic peoples behind the historic metropolis—a complex society of ruling class, priests, and talented craftsmen.

Meanwhile, immersive multimedia elements like visual and aerial imagery convey Angkor’s vast beauty. As always, you’ll also find ways to feed your curiosity with hands-on, interactive activities.

Visit on opening day and not only will you be one of the first to step inside this monumental exhibition, but the first 500 people through the doors will get a special souvenir pin to mark the occasion!


Friday, February 23rd
10:00 am - 4:00 pm
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9810 103a Avenue NW
Edmonton, Alberta T5J 0G2 Canada
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