Time Travel is Possible


Egypt's Last Pharaoh
Time Travel is Possible

Catherine Howard

A Tudor Queen
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Marie Antoinette

Experience Her Private World
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Elizabeth & Leicester

Travel to Tudor England
Time Travel is Possible

Something Revolutionary

In Congress, July 4, 1776

Making Scents of History

Sensory history examines the role that the senses have played in the past. It provides a deeper understanding of the past through an emphasis on the physical experiences of people. And it arguably supplies our best insight into how people of history experienced their multisensory lives—just like us today.

Once Upon a

Midnight Dreary

Experience Edgar Allan Poe's World
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Autumn in New England

My Dearest Friend

Abigail Adams's Kitchen
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An Ancient Journey

Ancestral Mesoamerica

The rich aromas of Mesoamerica
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A Castle of

Ghosts and Queens

Experience Glamis Castle in Scotland
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Interpreting the past

Short of climbing into a time machine to experience the aromas firsthand, KLEIO makes every attempt to stay as close to the historical source material as possible when creating our sensory experiences.

Ruler of an Ancient World

She is Pharaoh

Hatshepsut's royal temple in Ancient Egypt

Longing for another time

Anemoia (noun): nostalgia for a time that you have never known

"Imagine stepping through the frame into a sepia-tinted haze, where you could sit on the side of the road and watch the locals passing by. Who lived and died before any of us arrived here, who sleep in some of the same houses we do, who look up at the same moon, who breathe the same air, feel the same blood in their veins—and live in a completely different world." — Dictionary of Obscure Sorrows

Pursuing a Masterpiece

Secret Archives

Experience the world's most mysterious collection of historical documents

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