San Antonio Zoo Announces 4D Theater

Embark on an immersive expedition at San Antonio Zoo this summer with a brand new attraction, the 4D Theater. The action spills out of the screen over the audience with thrill-enhancing sensory special effects—from water mist to tremors beneath the feet. Guests will enjoy wild, family-friendly entertainment and exclusive blockbuster content that fully immerses and entertains guests with features like AQUAMAN™The 4D Experience® and Planet Earth II: 4D Experience®.

“We are incredibly excited to announce the anticipated arrival of this thrilling new attraction,” said Tim Morrow, President & CEO of San Antonio Zoo. “Our 4D Theater integrates the highest quality 3D high-definition projection with in-seat and in-theater effects to create a fully immersive experience that teaches about wildlife! Whether you are looking for a thrill or an escape from the heat, May the 4D Theater be with you on your next San Antonio Zoo adventure.”

Features for the 4D Theater will rotate periodically throughout the year and be mission-aligned to San Antonio Zoo. The immersive theater with Project Selva theming will allow guests to embark on exciting adventures through wildlife and wild places with various special effects, including bubbles, snow, scent, FX lighting, water mist, seat vibrations, and wind. Upon its opening, the 4D Theater will be included in a Fun Day Ticket or can be purchased separately.

In addition to the 4D Theater, Planet Earth: Deep Sea Adventures opens this summer, shedding new light on the world’s most fascinating creatures of underwater darkness. Enjoy activations across the zoo, including larger-than-life photographs, live entertainment, aquatic animal interactions, and a toad’ally immersive 4D Theater feature, Planet Earth II: 4D Experience.

To celebrate this exciting announcement, San Antonio Zoo is offering 20% off annual memberships from May 4th until May 8th. Plan your summer expedition to San Antonio Zoo and save 20% off of your membership with discount code: MAY4D

To learn more about Project Selva and the Center for Conservation and Research at San Antonio Zoo visit:

Photos: San Antonio Zoo

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