Royal Horticultural Halls , Lawrence Hall , Greycoat Street.
Once in a generation, a fascinating exhibition comes to the UK which pushes boundaries, inspires, educates and entertains family audiences, like never before! Do not miss the European Premiere of this blockbuster exhibition!
Sea Creatures: Life Beneath The Ocean, is that exhibition. An interactive and immersive exhibition that takes you on a deep dive into the anatomy of some of the ocean’s most iconic marine species.
Using a plastination process that keeps the ethically-sourced specimens perfectly preserved, the exhibition reveals not only what lies beneath the waves, but also beneath fur, skin and scales. From pregnant sharks to Leafy Seadragons; from the deep-dwelling Angler Fish to the mighty Minke Whale, the exhibition is packed with 50 full body specimens and 150 body parts and organs.
The exhibition also features unique digital experiences, including interactive touch tables, augmented reality installations, VR experiences, mini cinema and even a giant ball pit with an interactive game that allows children to learn about marine conservation while they play.
Launching for the first time in Europe at the RHS Lawrence Hall, London, Sea Creatures invites audiences to first understand what makes the marine world tick, and then how to conserve it for future generations.
Exhibition highlights include full plastinated specimens of a 6.2m long World Record Breaking Baby Minke Whale, 5m long Whale Shark, 3.5m long Baleen Whale, 3.6m long Great White Shark, 2.8m long Dolphin, Octopus, Penguin, Sting Ray and many more. Other highlights include plastinated organ specimens, including the lung & eyeball of a Mink Whale, Shark Fin & Teeth, Kidney of a Whale, Egg of a King Penguin, Heart of a Sea Lion, transparent and sliced specimens of many types of fish and much more.
An immersive and interactive experience, Sea Creatures is the most comprehensive touring exhibition ever created on this hugely popular topic. Never in human history has our appetite for knowledge about the blue planet been so inquisitive.