BBC Earth Experience




Closed Mondays, Tuesday - Friday 10am-4pm, Saturday 9am-9pm, Sunday 10am-7pm


70 minutes (suggested, you can stay as long as you like)


All ages


Please contact venue


BBC Earth Experience

BBC Earth Experience
The Daikin Centre


BBC Earth Experience closed 2 Feb 2024. The experience has moved to its new location in Melbourne, Australia.

Embark on an unforgettable immersive journey through seven unique continents in the BBC Earth Experience.

Explore the main gallery and live a breathtaking adventure, revealing the incredible diversity of natural landscapes and the animals that inhabit our planet. The exhibition highlights the richness of our ecosystems and the variety of wildlife that amazes travellers from all over the world.

What is the BBC Earth Experience?

Marvel at the breath-taking footage from the award-winning BBC television series Seven Worlds, One Planet, projected using digital screen technology and paired with bespoke narration by world-famous Sir David Attenborough.

large dark room with floor to ceiling high-tech screens, showing footage of penguins marching and people looking up at the screens watching

Explore the iconic landscapes and the mesmerising animals that live within it; lose yourself in a forest full of fireflies, discover the colourful inhabitants of the ocean and test your courage of creepy crawlies by seeking out and pressing the big red button!

The 360-degree audio visual immersive experience allows you to explore the natural world at your own pace. Different storylines and footage will play depending on where you are watching the show, so make sure to roam around the exhibition space to discover it all.

Where will the BBC Earth Experience take you first – into the crystal blue sea full of vibrant starfish or deep into the leafy green forest to watch snub-nosed monkeys?

large dark exhibition space with abstract floor to ceiling digital screens, showing footage of the Earth and space, and people standing around looking up at the screens

Sustainability at the BBC Earth Experience

The exhibition offers striking panoramas of scenes in the wild, exploring the natural habitats of some of the most admired animal species. From majestic whale sharks and Japanese snow monkeys to colonies of walruses and penguins, the exhibition reveals a captivating diversity and much more. The experience invites visitors to explore the beauty of our planet, while highlighting the challenge climate change poses and the role we can play in protecting our natural spaces.

The centre, which hosts the BBC Earth experiment, is 100% powered by renewable energy. Low energy technologies have been selected for use throughout the site.

Plants selected by the Royal Horticultural Society have been placed in the outdoor areas to enhance the biodiversity of this urban site.

What age is the BBC Earth Experience suitable for?

The BBC Earth Experience is suitable for visitors of all ages. Tickets are free for children under three but all visitors wishing to visit must have a ticket.

Can you eat and drink at the experience?

purpose-built wooden and metal venue for the BBC Earth Experience, with cloudy blue skies in the foreground

Food and drink cannot be purchased at the BBC Earth Experience, however there will be vendors outside the venue.

Food and drink must be consumed before entering the venue.

There is a water station available at the venue to refill water bottles.

Is there a gift shop?

The BBC Earth Experience has a gift shop for you to browse at the end of the experience, offering a range of exclusive merchandise only available at the experience.

Where is the BBC Earth Experience?

The BBC Earth Experience is in a purpose-built immersive space at The Daikin Centre in Earl’s Court, West London.

How to get there:

  • Tube - The closest tube stations are West Brompton (District line and Overground) and Earl’s Court (District and Piccadilly lines).
  • Bus - The closest bus stops to the venue are on Old Brompton Road and Empress Place Approach, opposite the venue. Bus numbers 74, 190, 430, N74 and N97 all stop within a few minutes’ walk.
  • Cycling - Rent a Santander bike and head to Halford Road where you will find a docking station.

Important information

BBC Earth is closing down on 2 Feb 2024, with the experience moving to a new location in Melbourne, Australia.


Child ticket: 3 - 15 years £15.00 per ticket
Adult ticket: 16+ years £29.00 per ticket