The Christchurch International Antarctic Centre is an important gateway to the Antarctic. The International Antarctic Centre is located near Christchurch International Airport and was unveiled on September 28, 1990, operated by Christchurch International Airport Group. Here, you can learn about the history, geology and other knowledge of the continent of the Antarctic Circle through sound, light and electricity. The architecture of the International Antarctic Center is inspired by the special features of the Antarctic, such as icebergs and glaciers. The pavilion is also designed according to the climate and ice and snow of the Antarctic.
Antarctic ice and snow experience is very cold and lifelike, off-road vehicles are very exciting, Husky is very good, feed penguins, 4D movies, all activities are very interesting. It's worth going. Parking is free.
Ticket coupons were sent when booking the hotel, adult tickets were bought, and tickets could be changed at the front desk. Workers wear wristbands, return a map, and carefully use pen circles on each project time, so that the game has been planned. Have a good time!
This is the only Antarctic Museum in the world. It's so cool! This trip is very interesting, suitable for both young and old, and the driver speaks humorously and wittily, and knows a lot, which makes it more special. These devices are incredible, and the 4D exhibition is shocking, although my 1-year-old does not think so... It's great to feed penguins. You can be very close and the breeder is very interesting. Less than 1 [% of the world's people have been to Antarctica, so this is the closest we can usually do. Recommended to older children or families.
The International Antarctic Center of Christchurch is a large-scale museum showing the tools and vehicles used in Antarctic expeditions, natural resources, scientific research activities. Here, you can experience the ice and snow of Antarctica as well as those who have not been to Antarctica. It can be said that it is the best place for training and experiencing before you go to Antarctica, and it is worth visiting.
After I deposited my pole box in the International Antarctic Center, I began to experience the journey of Antarctic exploration. First, take the Hagglund Ride, but don't underestimate it. It can climb steep slopes, cross mud, cross ditches, and adapt to the complex and changeable terrain of Antarctica. Then he put on his cotton-padded jacket and experienced the Antarctic Storm for 10 minutes. Then he went to see the staff feeding Little Blue Penguins, a small blue penguin. These little guys all have their own names. Different colors of rings can distinguish different penguins. They are all disabled and unable to return to nature, so they are taken in by the Antarctic Center. Nevertheless, it still does not prevent them from showing off their loveliness. Some swim agilely in the water, and some walk swiftly on the land.
The International Antarctic Center is one of the most important attractions in Christchurch. It introduces a lot of Antarctic animals and plants, geographical environment and climate environment, as well as many equipment used for Antarctic expedition. It is a very instructive place before entering the Antarctic expedition. It is worth visiting and studying.
Christchurch International Antarctic Center, designed according to the Antarctic climate and ice and snow, can experience the feeling of minus 18 degrees, also play Antarctic polar video, lovely blue-eyed penguins swimming, worth visiting places.