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An Epic Science Adventure in the World’s Most Hidden Realms
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  • Delve into the most visually stunning and remote caves around the world and experience a breathtaking journey into the Earth's mysterious depths.

    Ancient Caves, an awe-inspiring 3D IMAX® film, brings adventure and science together as you join scientists on a mission to unlock the secrets of the Earth’s climate. Paleoclimatologist Dr. Gina Moseley and her team of daring cave explorers travel the world discovering vast underground worlds in search of stalagmite samples - geologic “fingerprints” - that reveal clues about the planet’s climate history.

    There’s no air, no light, and no room for error when you explore the world’s most remote and dangerous caves, both above and below the water. Travel to France, Iceland, the Bahamas, the U.S., and Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula, and see the caves called Crystal Ballrooms, Devil’s Hole, Glass Factory and the Fangorn Forest.

    Narrated by Emmy Award®-winning actor Bryan Cranston and directed by Emmy Award®-winning underwater cinematographer Jonathan Bird, Ancient Caves delivers a unique blend of adventure, science, and pure beauty.

    Don’t miss the award-winning Ancient Caves, it's your chance to experience the places where very few humans will ever go and see otherworldly underwater caves that look like they’re straight out of a sci-fi film! Get your tickets now!

  • Opens January 19 with a special screening featuring an in-person question and answer period with Jonathan Bird, the director of the film.

    Delve into the most visually stunning and remote caves around the world and experience a breathtaking journey into the Earth's mysterious depths.

    Ancient Caves, an awe-inspiring 3D IMAX® film, brings adventure and science together as you join scientists on a mission to unlock the secrets of the Earth’s climate. Paleoclimatologist Dr. Gina Moseley and her team of daring cave explorers travel the world discovering vast underground worlds in search of stalagmite samples - geologic “fingerprints” - that reveal clues about the planet’s climate history.

    There’s no air, no light, and no room for error when you explore the world’s most remote and dangerous caves, both above and below the water. Travel to France, Iceland, the Bahamas, the U.S., and Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula, and see the caves called Crystal Ballrooms, Devil’s Hole, Glass Factory and the Fangorn Forest.

    Narrated by Emmy Award®-winning actor Bryan Cranston and directed by Emmy Award®-winning underwater cinematographer Jonathan Bird, Ancient Caves delivers a unique blend of adventure, science, and pure beauty.

    Don’t miss the award-winning Ancient Caves, it's your chance to experience the places where very few humans will ever go and see otherworldly underwater caves that look like they’re straight out of a sci-fi film! Get your tickets now!

    Best Curriculum Fit

    Grade 1:

    Earth Systems: In what ways can environments change?

    Scientific method: What is investigation?


    Grade 2:

    Earth Systems: How can Earth’s components be understood?

    Scientific Method: What methods and processes can be used in scientific investigation?


    Grade 3:

    Matter: How can materials change?

    Earth Systems: What visible changes can be identified by examining Earth’s surface?

    Scientific Method: How can investigation help to deepen understanding in science?


    Grade 4:

    Current Curriculum

    Waste and our World

    New curriculum

    Earth Systems: How does Earth sustain life?

    Scientific Method: How can evidence advance knowledge in Science?


    Grade 5:

    Current Curriculum

    Classroom Chemistry

    Weather Watch

    New Curriculum:

    Earth Systems: How can climate and its effects be understood?

    Scientific Method: How does evidence lead to understanding?


    Grade 6

    Current Curriculum

    Evidence and Investigation

    New curriculum:

    Earth Systems: What relationships exist between climate and changes on Earth?

    Living Systems: In what ways are ecosystems complex?

    Scientific Method: What is the purpose of scientific explanations?


    Grade 7:

    Interactions and Ecosystems


    Grade 9:

    Environmental Chemistry

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40 minutes

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IMAX Theatre

All Ages

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40 minutes

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IMAX Theatre

All Ages

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G

40 minutes

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