The Deep 4D Dives into Texas State Aquarium’s Whataburger 4-Dimension Theater on May 25
May 23, 2018
CORPUS CHRISTI, TX – Experience The Deep like never before! On May 25, the Texas State Aquarium presents The Deep 4D: Mystery of the Ancient Amulet. This 12-minute fully immersive experience will show every hour in the Aquarium’s Whataburger 4-Dimension Theater, with tickets included at no extra charge with admission or membership.
The Deep 4D: Mystery of the Ancient Amulet features an all-new original story, with exclusive 3D CG animation and stunning special effects to provide the ultimate 4D Experience® with water mist, bubbles, seat vibrations and more!
The Deep 4D: Mystery of the Ancient Amulet follows the adventures of the Nekton family, a brilliant team of underwater explorers who come into possession of a mysterious amulet. On their journey through the depths of the ocean, the Nektons encounter pirates and other mission-threatening obstacles. They must rely on each other and the creatures of the abyss – including a whale and dolphins – to help them discover the unbelievable connection this object has to a nearby island.
The Deep Season 1 and Season 2 is available for streaming on Netflix and also airs on the Universal Kids network. The show is CBBC’s #1 animated series for Kids 6-12. It has garnered several international industry nominations and awards, including the 2017 Kidscreen Award for Best New Series (Kids Category); the Golden Sparrow Award at the German Children’s Media Festival; and multiple nominations for the 50th Annual AWGIE Awards in Australia for Children’s Television.
The Deep 4D: Mystery of the Ancient Amulet will run daily alternating with showings of the Shark: a 4D Experience. 4D films at the Texas State Aquarium are included with admission or membership. Starting May 25, the 4D film Ice Age 4D: No Time for Nuts will no longer be shown at the Aquarium.
To view a trailer for The Deep 4D: Mystery of the Ancient Amulet, see show times, and learn more about the Whataburger 4-Dimension Theater at the Aquarium, visit www.texasstateaquarium.org/4D