Sunday, April 19, 2015

Want to see something you've never seen?

Want to see something you've never seen, and likely never will otherwise?

Mysteries of the Unseen World, now showing on IMAX at Fernbank Museum of Natural History, gives you such an opportunity. You and your fellow visitors might even want to take in a double-feature, like I did yesterday!

Fernbank Museum of Natural History | Dinosaur Plaza

Visitors to Fernbank are greeted at Dinosaur Plaza by a trio of hadrosaurs known as Lophorhothon atopus, which once lived in the region that is now Georgia. 

I share that with you so that you know that if you don't have time to explore the museum AND take in a movie, you still get a dinosaur experience. But do come back when you have more time to's a fantastic museum!

Now, to the film...

What you can't see...can fascinate! Mysteries of the Unseen World is a magnificent film that explores things that are too small—really, really small!—as well as things that move too fast or too slow for the naked eye to see.

Did you know that what we see—with the naked eye—is a tiny fraction of of what's really going on in our world, and the universe? The film tells us about some of the light spectrum that we don't see, and so much more! 

Fernbank Museum of Natural History is open, with IMAX films rolling, seven days a week. But, if you can't make it to Fernbank during the week, consider Martinis & IMAX on a Friday evening, 7:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. (except for holiday weekends). It's a great evening of live music, dancing, food, cocktails and IMAX films!

Enjoy the National Geographic Movie Mysteries of the Unseen World at Fernbank Museum of Natural History through Thursday, July 16, 2015. Go have fun at Fernbank and see what you've never seen before!

1 comment:

Terry said...

Thanks. So much even at this one place. Have you met Heather McPherson out there? I think she handles member and volunteer services. She's one of the artists in my show starting Thursday.