Go 4-D with SpongeBob at the National Aquarium’s 4-D Immersion Theater
It’s time to celebrate, Baltimore. Now that we have our most recent bout of horrible winter weather and never ending
Take advantage of the Aquarium’s 4-D immersion films program to check out Nickelodeon’s best-dressed undersea creature, SpongeBob SquarePants, like you’ve never seen him before. In “SpongeBob SquarePants 4-D: The Great Jelly Rescue!”, SpongeBob has to step up and save his oceanic home after bad guy Plankton kidnaps all the sea’s jellyfish with his crazy pollution-belching machine.
The movie features not just great 3-D visuals and an entertaining story, but also extra sensory effects that allow the audience to feel like they’re right there inside the action. Wind, mist, bubbles, leg ticklers and scents make the movie an exciting event.
Tickets are required for the movie and can be purchased online or at the Aquarium. The film lasts for about 15 minutes and plays frequently throughout the day, so it’s a convenient part of any trip.
Wondering where to park? Try the Harbor Park Garage, located at 55 Market Place – a inexpensive parking option just a short walk to the Aquarium and to other attractions. Garage security staff and employees are happy to help you find your way to the movie and restaurant and to any other activities you have planned for your trip downtown.
After the movie, stop by Shake Shack (400 East Pratt Street) for a burger, their famous crinkle fries and, of course, a shake or two. Chow down while you discuss SpongeBob and company’s shot at an Oscar.
After all, the Academy Awards are right around the corner…and surely the Academy loves the little yellow sponge and his geometric pants just as much as the rest of us do.
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