Competition: London stay for two to see Sunken Cities at British Museum

We're giving you the chance to win two exhibition tickets, a copy of the accompanying book, afternoon tea and a hotel stay to explore this revelatory exhibition.

Colossal statue of god Hapy, Thonis-Heracleion, Aboukir Bay, Egypt Photo: Christoph Gerigk © Franck Goddio / Hilti Foundation

Colossal statue of god Hapy, Thonis-Heracleion, Aboukir Bay, Egypt

Two ancient Egyptian cities, Thonis-Hercaleion and Canopus, were submerged under the Mediterranean sea for 1000 years. In 1996, following four years of research, a team of marine archaeologists uncovered a trove of astonishing objects, pristinely-preserved thanks to their submersion in the sea. This remarkable exhibition tells the story of these two sunken cities through hundreds of ancient objects, from colossal statues to intricate gold jewellery.

We've teamed up with the British Museum and their partners to offer you an amazing weekend away. The lucky winner will receive:

  • Two tickets to see the Sunken Cities: Egypt’s Lost Worlds exhibition
  • A delicious afternoon tea for two in the Great Court Restaurant catered by Benugo
  • A copy of the accompanying publication from Thames and Hudson, showcasing a spectacular collection of artefacts, coupled with a retelling of the history
  • An overnight stay in a deluxe double room with breakfast at The Montague on the Gardens, just moments away from the British Museum

To be in with a chance of winning just answer the question below and read the terms and conditions. The competition closes at 23.59 on 3 June. Please note the exhibition tickets are valid until 27 November 2016. Hotel stay must be taken during August 2016. 

Sunken Cities: Egypt’s Lost Worlds is at the British Museum until 27 November 2016, 50% off with a National Art Pass. Watch Bettany Hughes take a tour of the exhibition and read the curator's pick of must-see objects.

Venue details

British Museum Great Russell Street London WC1B 3DG 020 7323 8299 www.britishmuseum.org

Entry details

50% off with National Art Pass

Daily, 10am – 5.30pm (Fri until 8.30pm)

Closed 24 – 26 Dec and 1 Jan

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