"Polar Obsession" and "Planet Earth: Ice Worlds 4D"
Guests now have two new ways to explore the Arctic and Antarctic worlds of penguins, polar bears, narwhales, and more, but don’t worry, you can leave the winter coat at home.
In fact, you don’t even have to leave South Texas. A newly-arrived National Geographic photo exhibition, “Polar Obsession” and 4D film “Planet Earth: Ice Worlds 4D” will introduce guests to the frigid and frozen environments around the world – and best of all, both experiences are included with admission.
Learn about each of these thrilling experiences below!
The exhibition is organized and traveled by the National Geographic Society
Explore the beauty and majesty of the Arctic when you visit “Polar Obsession, a National Geographic exhibit featuring the photography of Paul Nicklen. The images take visitors underwater and across the ice, delivering a unique close-up of wildlife in the Arctic and Antarctic. “Polar Obsession” will be on exhibit until September 3, 2019 at the Texas State Aquarium and is included with admission or membership.
Planet Earth: Ice Worlds 4-D Experience ® The exhibition is organized and traveled by the National Geographic Society.
This BBC Earth 4D film at Texas State Aquarium will allow guests to virtually explore the mysterious frozen worlds of the Arctic and Antarctic and the effects of the ice on the animals that live there. This 12-minute fully immersive experience will show daily every hour in the Aquarium’s Whataburger 4-Dimension Theater through Labor Day, with tickets included at no extra charge with admission or membership. Planet Earth: Ice Worlds will run daily alternating with showings of The Deep 4D: Mystery of the Ancient Amulet. 4D films at the Texas State Aquarium are also included with admission or membership!
Planet Earth: Ice Worlds is a BBC/Discovery Channel/NHK co-production in association with the CBC.