April 28, 2011 to September 18, 2011
Relive the adventures of Indiana Jones™, the world's most popular globe-trotting archaeologist, by exploring the science and secrets of his many on-screen archaeological discoveries. This family activity will let you discover where film fiction meets archaeological reality.
WHERE FICTION MEETS REALITY
Don't miss this unique opportunity to experience your own archaeological adventure in the company of the field's most charming guide, Indiana JonesTM :
- An interactive tour across the legendary sites of the Indiana JonesTM films sheds light on some of the historical myths, such as the Ark of the Covenant and the Holy Grail.
- A vast collection of Indiana JonesTM film accessories from the Lucasfilm Aarchives.
- A rare chance to see ancient artifacts on loan from the National Geographic Society and the Penn Museum.
- With the help of a hand-held multimedia guide, you'll discover the secrets of archaeological destinations made famous by the Indiana JonesTMfilms.
Indiana Jones and the Adventure of Archaeology: The Exhibition, presented by the National Geographic Society, made possible by to Lucasfilm Ltd. and produced by Montreal's X3 Productions. A first in Québec, in exclusivity with the Montréal Science Centre.
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“This impressive exhibition showcases treasures from the films and presents a rich archaeological history.”
“It rivals if not surpasses any and all of the exhibitions I’ve seen – and I’ve seen plenty!”
Edmonton Space & Science Foundation / TELUS World of Science