The tomb was closed for 15 years and was reopened after completing renovation works on September 14.
The Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities announced opening the southern tomb of King Djoser in Saqqara to visitors.
In October 2020, and in an international press conference attended by more the 50 ambassadors from around the world, the Ministry of Tourism & Antiquities announced the discovery of 59 sealed and colored sarcophagi from the Twenty-Sixth Dynasty.
In 2020, and despite the challenges, the Egyptian Ministry of Tourism & Antiquities achieved numerous archaeological accomplishments.
It is scheduled to open in the first week of March 2020, according to sources within the ministry.
More than 90 percent of the restoration work at Djoser Pyramid, also known as the Step Pyramid, has been completed.