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Want to explore all the world's natural wonder without having to leave London? Well with the BBC Earth Experience, you can embark on an extraordinary journey through the natural world, in an experience unlike anything you've ever visited before.
- When? The BBC Earth Experience is only in London until the 7th of January 2024 and tickets are selling fast
- How much? Adult tickets are £29, children's tickets are just £15
- How long? The immersive experience itself is one hour, but feel free to stay as long as you like!
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What is the BBC Earth Experience?
The BBC Earth Experience is a ground-breaking new attraction at the Daikin Centre in Earl's Court that immerses you in the beauty and diversity of our planet's seven unique continents.
It is a self-guided tour that you can walk through at your own pace, using large screen projections to bring to life the natural world as you explore. From the vibrant Amazon Rainforest to the icy Antarctic plains and from the mighty birds in the sky to the mysterious creatures of the sea, the BBC Earth Experience leaves no stone unturned.
With stunning footage and captivating music from the acclaimed series Seven Worlds, One Planet as well as bespoke narration from the legendary David Attenborough, this audio-visual experience is a delight for the senses for the entire family!
Uncover each of the seven continents at the BBC Earth Experience in London
Explore a forest illuminated by fireflies, encounter a vibrant carpet of starfish, witness the intense battles of four-tonne elephant seals and so much more.
Be sure to seek out the breakout zones, Micro Life and Water Life, for additional surprises. And if you're feeling adventurous, don't miss the chance to test your courage by seeking out the big red button and facing the creepiest crawlies.
BBC Earth Experience is a captivating journey that transports you into the heart of our planet's natural wonders. Lose yourself in this extraordinary adventure around the world and witness the beauty and power of nature in a truly mesmerising experience.
How to find us
The BBC Earth Experience is based at the former site of Earls Court 2 and can be accessed via the main entrance on Empress Place. It can be found via the post code SW6 1TT.
The closest bus stops to the venue are located along Old Brompton Road and Empress Place Approach, adjacent to the site.
Bus numbers 74, 190, 430, N74, N97 all stop within a few minute’s walk.
There are dedicated cycle racks provided at the venue. Travelling by bike to the BBC Earth Experience is encouraged as a sustainable alternative to driving.
The nearest London Underground stations are: West Brompton [District Line / Overground],
(no step-free access) (7 min walk) and Earls Court [District / Piccadilly] (10 min walk)
Please note that there is no available parking at the venue. The BBC Earth Experience is a sustainable event and therefore travelling by foot, bike or public transport is encouraged.
- Baby-changing facilities
- Gift shop
- Bike racks
People also ask:
What is the BBC Earth Experience?
- The BBC Earth Experience is a ground-breaking new attraction offering visitors the chance to experience the extraordinary diversity of our seven unique continents, on the most epic scale featuring bespoke narration from David Attenborough. BBC Earth Experience will showcase footage, including extended scenes to fully immerse the visitor, and music from the BBC Studios Natural History Unit television series Seven Worlds, One Planet, projected on multiple multi-angle screens using the very latest digital screen technology.
When does the BBC Earth Experience run until?
- The BBC Earth Experience will be running up to the 7th of January 2024.
How long does it take to see the BBC Earth Experience?
- The experience lasts for approximately one hour but you are welcome to stay longer and continue to explore.
Is there an age restriction for the BBC Earth Experience?
- BBC Earth Experience is open to visitors of all ages. All visitors wishing to enter the experience must have a ticket. Tickets for children under 3 are free.
Will there be food and drink at the BBC Earth Experience?
- There will be no food or drink available to purchase at the BBC Earth Experience. However there will be vendors outside the venue and there are a selection of cafes and restaurants within the vicinity of Earl’s Court. There is a drinking water station available to refill water bottles. No food and drink are allowed within the experience.
Am I allowed to take photos or film videos at the BBC Earth Experience?
- Filming and flash photography is prohibited during the experience in order to preserve the immersive environment for everyone.
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