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Our 4-D experience combines the visual drama of a 3-D film with a variety of sensory effects built into the seats and theater environment. The 4-D experience brings on-screen images to life with added effects such as bubbles, snow, scent, FX lighting, water mist, seat vibration and wind.
Featured in digital 3-D and brought to life with 4-D multisensory effects, these films will captivate the whole family! Theater capacity is 50 guests per showing with 15-minute films running multiple times per hour. The 4-D theater is located in the Aquarium's outdoor plaza, near The Splash Pad. This experience is included with a general admission ticket purchase.
Dive into the action with daring aquatic explorers Captain Barnacles, Kwazii and Peso in Octonauts: Amazon Adventure 4D! You have never seen the Octonauts like this before! Join the courageous crew as they embark on their first mission in 3-D, with incredible in-theater special effects. Become part of the team with every twist, turn and splash as you journey down the Amazon River in search of a submerged city full of treasure! Amazing creatures are around every corner, including caimans, anacondas, piranhas and a river dolphin!
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Come face to face with some of the world’s most strange and mysterious shark species. These extraordinarily intelligent underwater giants each exhibit unique behaviors to navigate their ever-changing environment. Essential to the fragile balance of our ocean’s health, Shark: A 4-D Experience® explores the complex nature of these magnificent creatures’ survival instincts. Stunning 3-D and special effects place you right in the middle of the action as sharks reveal their hidden traits while roaming an eerily beautiful underwater landscape.
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