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Aventuras Salvajes En California (2000): Es una expedición virtual que te deslizara desde las montañas junto con snowboarders, girando por los aires de San Diego con skysurfers, nadando los océanos junto con las nutrias, excavando desde treinta metros...
The Discoverers [IMAX]Feel the Courage. Live the Adventure.This film will show as part of Senior Monday on Monday, Dec. 2, only. Based on the Pulitzer Prize-winning book by Daniel J. Boorstin, this stunning film relives some of mankind's greatest moments of discovery, including Magellan's expedition to find the...
Back for a limited run in December 2013! Encounter the wilds of California as you sky surf over San Diego at 150mph, ride down a 25-foot wave at Maverick’s, snowboard the Sierra’s highest peaks and drop 130 feet into the center of a giant Sequoia! From...
What you can't see is right before your eyes!Mysteries of the Unseen World provides you with an incredible look at things that are normally too slow, too fast, too small or too vast for the human eye to see. The film's innovative use of high-speed and time-lapse photography, electron microscopy and...
Technology Takes OffExplore aerodynamics and flight technology in the Fleet’s newest exhibition, On the Fly: Technology Takes Off. The exhibition features multiple daily performances by small-scale unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), complemented by interactive stations where...
The Instrument That Rocked the WorldStarting December 20th, the Fleet Science Center will ROCK you! The Reuben H. Fleet Science Center is cranking science up to 11 this winter with the West Coast premiere of GUITAR: The Instrument That Rocked the World! Experience the guitar through...
Get Your Hands On ScienceOur Main Gallery exhibition combines some of our all-time favorites with exciting interactive exhibits from San Francisco’s Exploratorium. This collection features opportunities to explore mechanics, motion, math, hearing, electricity and many other...
Celebrate the Season at the FleetBalboa Park December Nights is the largest free community festival in San Diego. Come to Balboa Park and celebrate the holidays with lights, food, music and fun. The two-day extravaganza, Balboa Park's holiday gift to San Diego, features international...
A Live Concert Series Celebrating GUITARThe Fleet is ready to ROCK with our first-ever live concert series! Each show will feature: Two performances: an awesome opening act and a rockin' headliner Food for purchase from The French Gourmet Beer, wine and cocktails available at the no-...
An Early Morning Comet ISON CelebrationCOFFEE & COMETS is an early morning celebration for Comet ISON on Tuesday, November 26, at 5:30AM! This event has reached its registration capacity. SIGN UP FOR THE WAITLIST HERE Comet ISON has raised a lot of hope among skywatchers. The comet is...
The First Monday of Each MonthThe first Monday of every month, seniors 65 and better can enjoy the Science Center exhibits, a show in the Heikoff Giant Dome Theater and a lecture on the quietest day of the month for only $8! No coupons or additional discounts are accepted. The Fleet'...
The Science of ROCKOur next Science on the Rocks party is Thursday, January 23: The Science of ROCK! Our most recent party was on October 17. Look for pictures on our Science on the Rocks Facebook page soon. Didn't make it? Here's what you missed: Fall in love with...
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Let It Snow
A Holiday Musical Journey
Sorry, this show closed Sunday, Jan 6, 2013
Let It Snow
Holly & Berry
Let It Snow Quartet
To celebrate the holiday season, Let It Snow! All ages will enjoy this non-narrative holiday digital show, featuring seasonal sights and classic songs. Sit back, relax, and embrace the holiday spirit as you listen to seasonal tunes through the Heikoff Dome Theater's amazing sound system. Everyone from Frank Sinatra to the Muppets will serenade you. On screen, you'll follow swirling candy canes, a certain red-nosed reindeer and the jolly man himself on a fanciful journey through merry landscapes. You just might find yourself singing along! Stay warm and dry in the Heikoff Dome Theater while inside we Let It Snow!
- Holiday songs and seasonal sights will make you feel merry.
- Singing along is encouraged!
- NEW MUSICAL TREAT: Enjoy Animusic before each screening of Let It Snow. Animusic is animated music. It features digitally created, inventive instruments playing a captivating concert.
- Let It Snow and Animusic are appropriate for all ages.
- Limited engagement! Through January 6, 2013, only.
Let It Snow Song List
- Let It Snow, Let It Snow, Let It Snow by Frank Sinatra
- Linus & Lucy by the Vince Guaraldi Trio
- Run Rudolph Run by Chuck Berry
- Frosty the Snowman by Jimmy Durante
- Santa Claus is Coming to Town by Ella Fitzgerald
- A Holly Jolly Christmas by Burl Ives
- Jingle Bell Rock by Brenda Lee
- Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer by Gene Autry
- Jingle Bells by Fröhliche Weihnacht überall
- Winter Wonderland by the Eurythmics
- It's Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas by Harry Connick, Jr.
- Wizards in Winter by Trans Siberian Orchestra
- We Wish You a Merry Christmas by John Denver and the Muppets
About the Clark Planetarium and Let It Snow
Let It Snow was created by Clark Planetarium Productions in Salt Lake City, one of the first production groups to delve into the arena of digital show creation for dome theaters in 2002. A staff of ten uniquely trained producers, writers, sound designers and engineers work with a rendering farm of 86 computer nodes to create a wide variety of show content. This includes feature science shows, school programs and music entertainment shows. The Clark Planetarium has created 14 different shows in 10 years, running in more than 280 planetariums in 40 countries. Flat-screen conversions have run in dozens of other facilities, from museums to observatories to NASA visitor centers.
Mysteries of the Unseen World What you can't see is right before your eyes!
Sun, Dec 8th
About the Dome
Experience the magic on our 76-foot dome theater screen. Our 16,000 watt, 6.1 digital surround sound system will have you feeling the action as if you were there.
Reserve the theater or the museum for your next big event. Corporate parties, wedding receptions, the big birthday bash. Let us help you make your event an unforgettable experience.