SIR David Attenborough is at centre of a ground-breaking new attraction that will be available to enjoy early next year.
The 96-year-old’s TV show Seven Worlds, One Planet will be brought to life as part of the BBC Earth Experience.
The new attraction will project footage and music from the programme onto multiple multi-angle screens for the most epic experience.
BBC Earth Experience will span over 1608m2 of space at the Daikin Centre in London‘s Earls Court.
It will give visitors the feeling that they have stepped into the natural world as they are transported to places all over the world with the 360-degree screens used.
And don’t worry, it will also feature David’s narration.
The new experience will run between March 30 to July 31 next year.
It’s just £30 per ticket.
Seven Worlds, One Planet hit our screens in October 2019 and had a total of seven episodes on BBC One.
The show, narrated by David, visited over 41 countries and took over 1,794 days to film.
The episode saw Professor Bill Fraser visiting one of the largest colonies in the icy continent and explained there used to be 20,000 penguins that lived in the area.
However, he was soon left devastated after discovering that there were only 400 left.
“Adelies are a creature of the high Antarctic. They evolved in a dry, cold polar system, they simply cannot tolerate being continuously wet,” he began.
“The changes have become more rapid, more rapid than anyone anticipated. The chicks are soaking.”