The tomb of Irynefer is closed most of the time. It was open once during the closure of Inherkau for restoration. I was lucky to be there at the right time when it was open. He was the son of Siwazyt, “Head of the bark of Amen” and the lady Tausert and married to Mehytkhati. He was “Servant in the place of the truth on the west of Thebes”. The tomb dates from the Ramesside period.
But then the best they kept for themselves on the work of their own tombs.
Seven tombs are open to the public presently: Senedjem, Pashedu, Inherkhau, AmenNakht, NebenMaat, Khaemteri and NakhtAmen.
But regarding the policy of the Ministry presently, it could well be so that this tomb also will be reopened to the public.