This exhibition uses material from the documentary 'Oceans' that more than 12 million people in 40 countries have seen and that features some of the most beautiful and spectacular footage ever shot. The exhibition, housed in the central room of the museum in 1,000 square metres, takes visitors to the depths of the ocean and includes replicas of sea animals, 3D stereoscopic images, interactive screens, a photocall area, a souvenir shop and an immersive projection on a curved screen. There is also a space dedicated to research on marine biology that the Spanish National Research Council (CSIC) has been working on for decades.
|Venue name:||Museo Nacional de Ciencias Naturales||Contact:|
José Gutiérrez Abascal 2
|Opening hours:||Tue-Fri, Sun, public holidays 10am-5pm; Sat and Sun before public holidays 10am-8pm; Sat in Jul and Aug 10am-3pm|
|Transport:||Gregorio Marañón (M: L10, L7), Nuevos Ministerios (M: L6, L10), Ríos Rosas (M: L1)|