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Superpower Dogs 3D

 

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Join an immersive 3D adventure to experience the life-saving superpowers and extraordinary bravery of some of the world’s most amazing dogs. In this inspiring true story, our best friends are also real-life superheroes. Journey around the globe to meet remarkable dogs who save lives and discover the powerful bond they share with their human partners.

Follow Halo, a rookie puppy training to join one of the most elite disaster response teams in America; Henry, an avalanche rescue expert in the Canadian Rockies; Reef, a Newfoundland lifeguard with the Italian coastguard; Ricochet, a California surf legend helping people with special needs; and the Bloodhound brothers, Tipper and Tony, who are leading the fight to save endangered species in Africa. As we discover the incredible abilities of dogs and the astonishing science behind their superpowers, we’ll never look at our best friends the same way again! 45 minutes.

Duration: 45 minutes.

Schedule:

September 1 – May 31, 2020; Daily, 11 am
No shows March 14 – 31, 2020 (museum closed)

Price:
$6 adults, $5 children, students, and seniors, plus NYSCI admission. (Members: $4 per person; free for Family Explorer members.) Reserved school groups: $4 per person, plus group admission.

*Please be advised, purchase of museum admission is required in order to visit our 3D theater.

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