Norwalk, CT – The Wishbones are back just in time for Halloween! In “Happy Family: Next Level 4D,” the family reclaims their spooky monster personas in a brand new adventure playing at The Maritime Aquarium starting Oct. 1.
In this 10-minute made-for-4D film, Max builds an experimental Virtual Reality video game. When the evil witch Babayaga’s magical charm is used to start the machine, the family is transported into the game. Together, they must master every level to escape – but can they can they make it back to reality before the virtual world starts to crumble?
This film features in-theater special effects that will keep Happy Family fans on the edge of their seat!
Tickets can be purchased with or without Aquarium admission for $7 per person. Aquarium members can purchase tickets for $6 per person.
“Happy Family: Next Level 4D,” will play in the Aquarium’s 4D Theater alongside BBC Earth’s “OCTOPUS: Blue Planet II 4D Experience,” which explores dynamic oceanic landscapes and captivating creatures that dwell there.
For more info and to purchase tickets, visit www.maritimeaquarium.org.
SimEx-Iwerks is the leading innovator of immersive 3D and 4D Attractions and the exclusive distributor of the industry’s best selling film titles. The company supports over 150 family-friendly attractions in more than 30 countries. Our attractions entertain and educate over 100 million people every year— bringing a whole new dimension to the guest experience.
THE MARITIME AQUARIUM AT NORWALK inspires people of all ages to appreciate and protect the Long Island Sound ecosystem and the global environment through living exhibits, marine science and environmental education. The aquarium is home to over 7,000 animals of hundreds of species including seals, sharks, rays, jellies, turtles and meerkats. Additionally, it offers sensory-enhanced 4D movies, in-person and virtual education programs for schools and families, and public cruises aboard its hybrid-electric research vessel. The Maritime Aquarium is an accredited member of the Association of Zoos & Aquariums, and receives support from the State of Connecticut DECD’s Offices of Culture and Tourism. For more information, visit www.maritimeaquarium.org.