National Geographic’s “Earth Explorers” Exhibition Lands in Nation’s Capital
Have you ever wondered how you would survive while studying polar bears in the Arctic? Or perhaps how scientists live in the rain forest?
National Geographic’s “Earth Explorers” traveling exhibition aims to put visitors into immersive, interactive situations that answer those types of questions and more. Visitors experience things like a dimly lit tent showing what an outdoor lab might look like and a replica cabin from an icy polar expedition. Or step into the basket of a hot-air balloon that virtually carries you over the African savanna.
GES, in partnership with National Geographic, produced the traveling exhibition to spark curiosity through interactive elements.
The exhibition’s most recent stop is at the National Geographic Museum in Washington, DC. Check out the full article to learn more.