This exhibition is no longer viewable to the public.
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National Geographic has sent exhibitions to nearly 40 countries, and we remain enthusiastic about opportunities to partner with new institutions.
National Geographic Presents: Earth Explorers is a highly interactive, hands-on, family-friendly exhibition that allows visitors to learn and use methods employed by Nat Geo explorers in the field. Exhibit visitors will embark on an epic adventure through six themed and immersive environments to discover new species; study animal behavior; and learn about the important roles that technology, innovation, and ingenuity play in making and documenting explorers' discoveries. Visitors will take a simulated ride on a hot air balloon to record the migration of herds across Africa and go underseas in a deep-sea submersible to survey life at all levels of the water column—from abundant coral reefs to deep-sea thermal vents. National Geographic Presents: Earth Explorers will showcase the work of some of the most innovative and exciting National Geographic explorers.
This exhibition is a partnership with GES.
GES, a Viad Corp (NYSE: VVI) company, is a global, full-service provider for live events, producing exhibitions, conferences, congresses, corporate events, exhibits, and entertainment experiences. GES provides a wide range of services, including official show services, audio visual, cutting-edge creative and design, marketing and measurement services, and event registration services – all with an unrivaled global reach. GES partners with leading shows and brands, including Warner Bros. Consumer Products, Spring Fair Birmingham, MAGIC, International Woodworking Fair, CONEXPO-CON/AGG and IFPE, Bell Helicopter, and L'Oreal. GES' National Servicenter® has been recognized with certification under the J.D. Power Certified Contact Center Program℠ for the past seven years, and for the seventh year in a row Ad Age has named GES as one of the “World's 50 Largest Agency Companies.” For more information visit www.ges.com.