We have developed interactive content about Korean mummy to augment the exhibition that is already going on at the Korean Natural History Museum in Korea. This paper introduces the concept of employment of visualization techniques to bring out the intriguing story of a Korean mummy. Haptic rendering and volume rendering are the main algorithms implemented for excavation of a mummy and exploration of the mummy’s internal body. Touch screen interface and a haptic device were utilized for intuitive interaction for general public use, especially for children. The virtual contents were formulated based on the information displayed on the wall panels and exhibited at the museum on site. The interactive display fetched more attention to the exhibit and provided a better understanding of the contents. From our survey, it is encouraging to learn that the children who experienced the interactive exhibition showed their interest to revisit the museum.