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Open: summer daily 06:00-17:00, winter daily 06:00-16:00. Admission: EGP100/50 for three tombs of your choice (this is printed on the ticket but not displayed at the ticket office; those wishing to view more than 3 tombs will need to purchase additional tickets or discreetly pay EGP10 to the tomb guards), available from the main Ticket Office in the West Bank. Additional separate tickets are required for Tutankhamun and Rameses VI from a separate ticket office further up the valley.
 
Open: summer daily 06:00-17:00, winter daily 06:00-16:00. Admission: EGP100/50 for three tombs of your choice (this is printed on the ticket but not displayed at the ticket office; those wishing to view more than 3 tombs will need to purchase additional tickets or discreetly pay EGP10 to the tomb guards), available from the main Ticket Office in the West Bank. Additional separate tickets are required for Tutankhamun and Rameses VI from a separate ticket office further up the valley.
  
''Note that not all the tombs within the Valley are currently open to the public. Many are closed periodically for resting and renovation.'' As of '''December 8 2011''', the following tombs were open: KV1, KV2, KV6, KV9, KV62, KV11, KV15, KV16, and KV47.
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''Note that not all the tombs within the Valley are currently open to the public. Many are closed periodically for resting and renovation.'' As of December 8 2011, the following tombs were open: KV1, KV2, KV6, KV9, KV62, KV11, KV15, KV16, and KV47.
  
 
Information within the Valley has been vastly improved in recent years; (mostly) gone are the old faded signs, now replaced by engraved metal signs detailing the history, architecture and decoration of each tomb, together with detailed plans and diagrams (these have been provided courtesy of the Theban Mapping Project, in association with the Egyptian Supreme Council of Antiquities).
 
Information within the Valley has been vastly improved in recent years; (mostly) gone are the old faded signs, now replaced by engraved metal signs detailing the history, architecture and decoration of each tomb, together with detailed plans and diagrams (these have been provided courtesy of the Theban Mapping Project, in association with the Egyptian Supreme Council of Antiquities).

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