Please note December closures / session change dates:
Closed: 10th | No 11am session: 12th | No 3pm session: 9th
Extra Sea Monsters sessions at 4pm: 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31
Be thrilled as sea monsters come to life in our 3D cinema!
Our curated program of ocean and nature-inspired movies from internationally-respected filmmakers complement current museum exhibitions. Covering everything from prehistoric ocean predators, mysterious marine creatures, and dramatic polar landscapes, these films delight and entertain. Escape the everyday and see the world through a new lens!
FREE entry with any paid ticket. For individual film screening times, please check with our friendly front of house staff.
CURRENT FILM PROGRAM
Sea Monsters 3D - A Prehistoric Adventure
From National Geographic.
Eighty million years ago, the American Midwest lay under a great inland sea where colossal creatures ruled the waves. From giraffe-necked Styxosaurus and sea birds with teeth to the T-Rex of the ocean — the 40-foot super-predator Tylosaurus — these wondrous beasts defy imagination. In a remarkable journey, National Geographic immerses audiences in this unexplored world of the “other dinosaurs,” delivering the fascinating science behind what we know and a vision of history’s grandest ocean creatures brought to life in spectacular 3D.
Running Time: 20 mins | Daily: 11am and 3pm. Please see notice above for any session changes.
Related Exhibition: Sea Monsters: Prehistoric Ocean Predators
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Wonders of the Arctic 3D
Set in the frozen wilderness at the top of the world, Wonders of the Arctic tells the story of survival in one of the most unforgiving environments on Earth, dominated by a single element: ice.
Through compelling stories told by scientists and Inuit leaders, award-winning filmmaker David Lickley takes audiences on a journey across one of the most beautiful and frigid places on earth, exploring how humans and animals have adapted and thrived for thousands of years in the vast ice wilderness of the Arctic.
Running Time: 20 mins | Daily: 2pm. Please see notice above for any session changes.
Related Exhibition: Elysium Arctic