It takes a drop of water nearly 400 years to travel from the headwaters of Lake Superior to the edge of Lake Ontario. Along the way, the water passes by towering cliffs dotted with early Native American pictographs, caribou and moose grazing on the shores, over giant prehistoric sturgeon lurking among thousands of shipwrecks and past nearly 40 million people who live along the more than 10,000 miles of coastline. It is a dramatic journey through some of the most spectacular scenery in the world. Now, you can witness the Mysteries of the Great Lakes on the only screen large enough to reveal them – IMAX!
42nd WorldFest-Houston International Film Festival
CINE Golden Eagle Film and Video Competition
OMNI Intermedia Awards
OMNI Intermedia Awards
US International Film & Video Festival
32nd International Wildlife Film Festival
Presque Isle State Park
Great Lakes Science Center
Ontario Science Centre
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Judith Fritz, Director of Education, The Tech Museum of Innovation - San Jose, CA
"Science North's object theaters have really defined what a true multimedia visitor experience is. Science North has a longer track record than anybody when it comes to producing fun, informative, affordable shows."
Paul Martin, Head of Exhibit Development, Science Museum of Minnesota
"What we enjoy the most about Science North products is that we know we are receiving rich educational content delivered in a fun and humorous way. Our visitors are sometimes unaware of learning as they are so immersed in the experiences....I offer my wholehearted support for Science North's experience in creating content rich exhibits and productions."
Richard C. Thomas, Exhibit Coordinator, Connecticut Science Center
"Fernbank Museum of Natural History is a long standing client of Science North...As a natural history museum we appreciate the wide variety of content that is a part of each and every one of Science North's projects. Steeped in these content rich exhibits and products are educational and scientific facts. While visitors are interacting and having fun they are also learning, which is key."
Jennifer Grant Warner, Sr. Vice President & Chief Programming Officer, Fernbank Museum of Natural History
"...Our visitors were engaged and seemed to love the interactive. The exhibition looks fantastic in our gallery and I think it will do really well here. I'm also very thankful that it is so low-maintenance."
Michael H. Brown, Exhibit Designer, Fernbank Museum of Natural History
"One of the strengths of [Creatures of the Abyss] is the strong personal connection that visitors can make with researchers - this is conveyed with interviews, content review, and a speakers series. I am hopeful that this connection is copied by other science centers and museums as it brings a sense of excitement and relevance to the exhibit."
Dr. George I. Matsumoto, Senior Education and Research Specialist, Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute
"This immersive exhibit taught us an incredible amount of information about the ocean and the amazing research that is happening there... in a place that we know so little about. We came away from this exhibit thinking about the ocean in an entirely different way, and inspired to make changes to protect this fragile ecosystem."
Lisa .A., Science North Visitor and Member
"I came with my two children (ages 5 and 3) to Fernbank yesterday and wanted to pass along my compliments on the Wildlife Rescue exhibit...The exhibit was one of the most hands-on and educational I have ever seen...Every part of the exhibit was working and was a fun and educational experience. My sincere compliments to the designers and to Fernbank for making this exhibit part of their temporary collection. Kudos!"
Christine .R., Visitor to Fernbank Museum of Natural History
"I thought it was a beautifully put together exhibit, which can be very hard to come by...I absolutely loved that this exhibit was extremely educational for adults as well."
Erin Kendall, School Programs Coordinator, The Wildlife Experience