Dinosaurs at Dusk
Visit the planetarium cinema in Winchester to step into the age of the dinosaurs to discover the origins of flight in this beautiful and accurate film offering a depiction of the prehistoric world.
What is a planetarium cinema film? This is a 360o, high-quality film, played within the on-site planetarium in Winchester, which is the largest standalone planetarium cinema in the UK.
Imagine lying back in a cinema with the film showing all the way above your head! The planetarium cinema format is breathtaking and the Dinosaurs at Dusk film, created by one of Europe's top planetarium cinema companies, is particularly suited to this format. Lie back and watch large real moving images of dinosaurs displayed above your head.
Dinosaurs at Dusk is the story of a teenage girl and her father who explore the past to discover the evolution of dinosaurs into modern day birds. Travelling by a variety of off-road vehicles across an ever-changing planet, there is plenty of visual variety to keep the interest of younger children, while older children and adults enjoy the explanations and facts that are given about the animals and the environment they inhabit.
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Daytime tickets sold at the premium rate of £7.50, or just £3.80 if also buying a general entry ticket to the hands-on exhibition.
Visual warning: as with all planetarium shows, this show includes large moving images which may affect people with photosensitive epilepsy, balance disorders and/or extreme motion sickness.