Blue Whales

Return of the Giants 3D

Blue Whales 3D narrated by Award-Winning actor Andy Serkis, takes viewers on a journey of a lifetime to explore the world of the magnificent blue whale, a species rebounding from the brink of extinction. Blue whales are the largest animals ever to have lived, bigger than any dinosaur, yet we know surprisingly little about them.

Blue Whales 3D will entertain audiences of all ages and transform our understanding of these iconic creatures. The film follows two scientific expeditions: one, a high-risk mission to find a missing population of blue whales, not seen in 50 years; and the other, to join Diane Gendron, the “Blue Whale Whisperer,” in Mexico’s Gulf of California, where she and her team explore the important role these remarkable animals play in the health of our oceans.

Learn about the largest animal ever to have lived

Learn more about the surprising comeback story of the largest animal ever to have lived. Despite their colossal proportions, these marine mammoths are remarkably reclusive, leaving many mysteries about their behavior that scientists are still working to solve. Enjoy awe-inspiring underwater views of these whales (and a host of other marine life) on the only screen large enough to do them justice.



Don’t Miss An Unforgettable Window into the Lives of These Animals

The film provides an unforgettable window into the lives these animals live—and the extremes scientists must endure to study them. Joined by a cast of supporting characters—from dolphins and sperm whales to sea lions and orcas—the blue whale finally gets its star turn … in life-size, on the giant screen!

Showing now through September. An up-to-date schedule and advance ticket purchasing is available at

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