BBC Earth is about to get a whole lot more immersive as a ground-breaking new attraction named after the beloved factual series is coming to London.
Narrated by Sir David Attenborough, BBC Earth Experience will offer visitors the chance to experience the extraordinary diversity of the world’s seven unique continents, on the most epic scale.
The attraction 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.
Visitors will take a 360-degree audio visual journey as they explore iconic landscapes and connect with mesmerising animals on this epic adventure bringing environments to life.
The BBC Earth Experience will be based at The Daikin Centre, a purpose built and demountable venue in London’s Earl’s Court.
The experience will open from March 30, 2023 until July 31, 2023, with ticket prices starting from £22 for children and £28.50 for adults.
Mat Way, Global Director, Live Entertainment, Gaming & Interactive, BBC Studios said: “We are delighted to partner with Moon Eye Productions and Live Nation to bring the BBC’s ground-breaking natural history content to this amazing live immersive London location for everyone to enjoy.”
The attraction is based on Seven Worlds, One Planet which was BBC One’s most-watched factual TV show of 2019.
The series took viewers on journey that not only celebrated the beauty of life on each of the seven continents, but also highlighted the many challenges faced by nature in a modern world.
Over 1,500 people worked on the award-winning series, with 92 shoots across 41 countries, revealing an unseen wilderness of Earth’s diverse continents.