It is probably best that the children are older then three or four, but there is no reason why they cant be younger.
Most customers are between 8 – 16.
However we also get a lot of people in there twenties or older.
We also do seniors groups of people aged 65 – 100.
Absolutely not! Virtual Reality involves wearing screens over your eyes, and it’s known to cause motion sickness in over 50% of users. Holograms, on the other hand, represent an entirely distinct technology where objects appear to float in the real world without the associated motion sickness issues commonly seen in Virtual Reality.
50% of the content is repeated from 2022’s dinosaur show, the other 50% is new content. new content includes 10 animals enclosures and 5 sky roof. Additionally, one of the tunnels has been changed to Santa’s workshop.
50% of the content is repeated from 2022’s dinosaur show, the other 50% is new content. new content includes 10 animals enclosures and 5 sky roof.
There is no violence or animals dying, some parts might be scary for very young or sensitive children.
Until Christmas, the Hologram Zoo will exclusively feature the Christmas show. Moving forward, the format will change to showcase one country at a time. Hologram rooms and arcade machines will make their return in 2025, and will be greatly improved.
Many of the scenes have been purposefully designed to be peaceful and awe-inspiring. However, some children may be scared in some scenes.
Yes, we found that everyone loved Holoverse very much, and we decided to find a new location with even more space so we can make the holograms even bigger and better!
No. Holographic water is projected with laser light, it looks real, but you don’t get wet!
No. Companion card holders and young children are automatically included in any booked session. When you book, just quote the number of other persons who will be attending. Please bring your concession card on the day.
Yes, it is in a shopping centre so there is lots of close parking and toilets, and all of our attractions are entirely wheelchair-friendly.
It is a gentle activity where they walk very slowly. they walk for 2 minutes then have a 1 minute rest, and do this multiple times.
The rest areas have chairs.
Even though the animals are made using laser technology, they feel real and natural, there are no buttons to press or controls or computers, they just walk around among the animals and environments as though they were a real Zoo. The center has no stairs, it is entirely flat ground and is easily accessible for people in wheel chairs or walking frames. toilets are in the shopping center and are about 60 meters walk away.