The exhibition was initially presented at the Natural History Museum in London where it received 200,000 visitors. It is the most comprehensive exhibition on the continent of Antarctica ever designed on European level.
Antarctica is the coldest, windiest and most remote place on earth. Can we survive there? How would one feel being there?
The exhibition Ice Station Antarctica tries to unfold all Antarctica’s secrets through various sources. A series of mini-environments help you learn about and explore this unique continent. Brave a variety of exciting Antarctic challenges, from coping in sub-zero temperatures to riding a snowmobile. Explore the skills it takes to work in and preserve this frozen wilderness as you journey through the Ice Station Antarctica experience.
Developed in partnership with the British Antarctic Survey (BAS), the exhibition Ice Station Antarctica constitutes one of the highlights of the UK’s involvement in the International Polar Year (2007/2008).
Ice Station Antarctica is addressed to families, students of Elementary and High School, as well as kindergarten children.
Visit the exhibition and become an expert in Antarctica; the biggest natural laboratory of humanity waits for you!
For more information please visit: www.hellenic-cosmos.gr
|Date: 20/10/2012 – 28 April 2013 Place: Athens Venue: Cultural Centre Hellenic Cosmos, 254, Peiraios str., Tavros. Op. H.: Monday –Thursday: 09:00 – 13:30 Friday: 09:00 – 20:00 Saturday: 11:00 – 16:00 Sunday: 10:00 – 18:00|