Volcanoes: The Fires of Creation

Herrett Center for Arts and Science
315 Falls Avenue
Twin Falls, ID 83301
United States

Pricing/Ticket Info
$6 adults, $5 seniors (60+), $4 children (2-17), children under age 2 admitted free
Suitable for Children

Event Dates and Times
Tuesday January 21, 2020
7:00 PM  - 07:50 PM
Friday January 24, 2020
7:00 PM  - 07:50 PM
Saturday January 25, 2020
2:30 PM  - 03:20 PM
Saturday January 25, 2020
7:00 PM  - 07:50 PM
Tuesday January 28, 2020
7:00 PM  - 07:50 PM
Southern Idaho, a landscape sculpted by volcanic forces. From the stark beauty of Craters of the Moon with its extinct splatter cones and plains of frozen lava to other lava flows across southern Idaho, it is clear that volcanoes played a role in shaping the land on which we live. Today, active volcanoes hold an allure. It could be from their rarity or the danger they pose; no matter what the reason they fascinate us. Witness the incredible tale of the birth of our planet in which volcanoes played a crucial role. Then step into the present and follow along as National Geographic photographer Carsten Peter takes you along on a personal journey to see volcanoes from the inside, revealing their hidden mysteries. Get up close to the 2018 eruption of Hawaii's Kilauea and watch as Carsten attempts to descend to a lava lake as it roils and churns, launching fountains of lava. Carsten's passion for volcanoes will grab you, thrill you, and scare you all at the same time. You may never want to get as close to an active volcano in real life as Carsten does, but you can go there with him from the safety of your seat in the planetarium.

Every rock tells a story.
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