Earth, by many called the Blue planet. About 71% of the total area is occupied by the world’s oceans, which hide many secrets we may never uncover. If you are passionate about nature or want to enjoy a beautiful day full of unique experiences alone or with your children, we invite you to explore the uncharted world full of amazing, sometimes dangerous, often bizarre, but always breath-taking creatures.
In cooperation with Discovery, we present an educational exhibition „ Giants of the Oceans “. You can expect many unique exhibits that let you peek into the mystical depths of the world’s oceans and help you explore some of the hidden treasures that these little-explored territories offer.
You can look forward to a dozen life-sized ocean giants, and one of the largest collections in Central Europe full of shark jaws and teeth from around the world. And last, but not least, an Interactive Zone where you can look into the “blue world” using virtual reality or a soundtrack wall, which lets you listen to the voices, sounds, and songs of many underwater creatures.
„A team of artists, top-notch craftsmen, and advisors worked on this exhibition, so that every exhibit could become a perfect copy of the ocean giants but also a faithful teaching aid. Most of the exhibits are set in thematic scenarios, so the stories are even better, and visitors can take away authentic and exceptional experiences of meeting these creatures,” says the owner of Shake Exhibitions s.r.o.
“Because we wanted to make the exhibition as available as possible, we chose shopping centres, museums, and frequently visited places as locations. Depending on the location, the exhibition is either free of charge or with a fee. It will travel to many cities and towns in the Czech Republic and also Europe, where millions of visitors can come and see it”, adds Kratochvíl.
Take a deep breath, dive into the fascinating undersea adventure, and meet some of the most wonderful creatures.
The largest animal currently living on EarthDetail
The world’s largest toothed animalDetail
The largest cephalopod in the worldDetail
A versatile predator on top also called an orcaDetail
The world’s largest ray speciesDetail
An ideal coastal predator living in most ocean watersDetail
An aggressive hunter with a strange headDetail
The beauty of the Arctic OceanDetail
One of the most remarkable cetaceans in the northern hemisphere, also popularly called “unicorn of the sea”Detail
A constantly smiling and extremely intelligent animalDetail
All-eating predator on topDetail
Find a Press Release, illustrative images, and exhibition visuals below.
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The exhibition will travel around the Czech Republic and later Europe. For more information about the nearest location and date, follow us here or on Facebook.
The main goal of our educational exhibition (in collaboration with Discovery) is to present a dozen life-sized oceanic giants with extensive information about their lives. You can also visit one of the largest collections in Central Europe full of shark jaws and teeth from around the world. There is also an Interactive Zone that lets you peek into the „blue world“, thanks to virtual reality and a sound wall that plays the voices, sounds, and calls of many underwater creatures.
We wanted to make the exhibition available to as many people as possible, and that is why we chose shopping centres for location - the exhibition can be free of charge. Other locations, such as museums and touristic destinations, charge depending on their price list.
The opening hours are the same as the opening hours of a given shopping centre. In museums and touristic locations, the opening hours depend on the institution.
The average visitor stays for about 1.5 or 2 hours.
Yes, but you can only photograph or record our exhibits.
Yes. You can buy the most exquisite sea world souvenirs in our shop.
Yes. Every exhibition is wheel(chair) accessible.
Yes. At every location, there are enough places to sit and relax, and they mostly include playing areas for children.
At almost every location, you can park close to the exhibition. Given the location in shopping centres and the approximate time window needed for going through the exhibition (1.5-2 hours), there are enough parking spaces, mostly for free. In museums and touristic destinations, space is limited to the options of the institution.
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