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After-Hours: Titanic
September 21 | $30
Presented in Partnership With Brightest Young Things

Your heart will go on for this colossal after-hours campus takeover by Brightest Young Things, featuring guest DJs, Nat Geo Explorer lightning talks, a photobooth and caricature artist, a costume contest, access to the “Titanic” exhibition, beer from Old Bust Head Brewing Company, era-themed cocktails, and more.

From the Archive: Into the Deep
October 3 | $50

We’re combing through our expansive archives to share rarely seen video, images, and artifacts from over 100 years of deep sea exploration—including exclusive photos from pioneering ocean explorers Jacques Cousteau’s and Robert Ballard’s expeditions. This special event will be led by National Geographic archivists Sara Manco and Renee Braden and include a tour of historic Hubbard Hall.

Insider Tour: Titanic
October 24 | $75

Join Titanic discoverer and National Geographic Explorer-at-Large Robert Ballard for an intimate guided tour of our exhibition “Titanic: The Untold Story.” Hear his firsthand account of how a top secret Cold War mission led to the sunken ship’s discovery. Then, mingle with National Geographic experts who will share exclusive content from our archives.

Exploring Ocean Worlds
October 25 | $25

Groundbreaking research in the deepest part of our ocean is giving us insights into other planets’ ocean worlds. Join National Geographic Explorer-at-Large and oceanographer Robert Ballard, National Geographic Explorer and NASA scientist Kevin Peter Hand, and Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution scientists Chris German and Julie Huber to learn how new discoveries may help unlock mysteries, including whether we are alone in the universe.

 

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