The London attraction includes “epic footage” from the BBC series Seven Worlds, One Planet, and encourages audiences of all ages to interact with the natural world.

Sir David Attenborough

Source: Photographer Alex Board / copyright BBC NHU. 

Sir David Attenborough on location in Kenya while filming for Seven Worlds, One Planet. Footage from the series features in the BBC Earth Experience. 

The BBC Earth Experience has opened in The Daikin Centre in Earl’s Court and features three breakout zones, taking viewers on a 360° audio-visual journey. 

Visitors are invited explore the wonders of planet Earth on a microscopic scale in the Micro Life room before being immersed in the spectacular drone footage on the Vista Stage.

A journey down to the ocean floor in the Water Life room allows audiences to interact with life below the waves. After visitors have explored mesmerising landscapes and endless oceans, meeting their extraordinary inhabitants, they will hear a special message in the Earth Room from Sir David Attenborough, inspiring everyone to think about what they can do in their daily lives to protect the amazing planet.

Seven Worlds, One Planet

The series is said to be BBC One’s most-watched factual TV show of 2019. More than 1,500 people worked on the show with 92 shoots across 41 countries, revealing an unseen wilderness of Earth’s diverse continents.

The BBC Earth Experience features landscapes and animals from across the seven continents of the world. Lose yourself in a forest full of fireflies, discover a colourful carpet of starfish and find yourself witness to a four-tonne elephant seal fight.

The experience has been designed with sustainability at its heart. The building and its contents use materials that can be recycled, reused, or given a second life - embracing a circular economy. 

The production projectors use LED energy efficient technology, powered only by renewable energy and the screens are made of cotton, which will be repurposed after use.

BBC Earth Experience

The immersive attraction in Earl’s Court, London encourages audiences of all ages to interact with the natural world.

There is also a focus on biodiversity through the outside spaces, with plants and insect houses to attract more than 40 different species to populate the gardens. Rainwater will be harvested in the external spaces and used within the gardens to help maintain the health of the plants throughout the year and to reduce potable water consumption.

Groups of all sizes are welcome and can pre-book a visit by calling 0800 086 2714 or emailing

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