Erth's Prehistoric Aquarium
About The Show
Tickets: $22.50, $29.50 and $34.50
VIP Meet/Greet Tickets: $65.00 - Limited Availability (See below for more info)
Please note: Everyone needs a ticket including infants and children that will sit on your lap.
The creators of Erth’s Dinosaur Zoo Live want to take your family on an all new adventure – this time to the bottom of the ocean. Erth’s Prehistoric Aquarium Adventure is an immersive experience that invites you to jump in and explore unknown ocean depths where prehistoric marine reptiles lived eons ago - and maybe live still today! Erth shows are at the forefront of family entertainment, using actors, technology, puppets, science and imagination to create an amazing visual experience that connects young audiences to the real science of paleontology.
With purchase of the VIP Experience ticket, you not only get the best seats in the house, but you’re invited into the theatre early for an up-close-and-personal introduction to one of our amazing underwater creatures by knowledgeable puppeteers who bring them to life. You also receive an exclusive merchandise item and of course, picture taking is encouraged!
VIP DINO PACK includes:
- One Premium Seat in the first five rows of the theatre
- Exclusive pre-show meet and greet photo opportunity (1 hour prior to show time) (Presenter please stipulate the exact time on the website and ticketing site.)
- One official Prehistoric Aquarium Adventure merchandise item
Join us before the show to hear about Texas History from a real paleontologist with the Witte Museum.
Dr. Adams is currently Curator of Paleontology and Geology at the Witte Museum. He received his Bachelor of Science degrees in geology and in zoology/physiology from the University of Wyoming and Masters of Science degree and Ph.D. in geology from the Roy M. Huffington Department of Earth Sciences at Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas. He has conducted paleontological research in Alaska, Texas, Wyoming, and Mongolia, and have been involved with additional expeditions in Colorado and Utah. His most recent work is focused on mid-Cretaceous ecosystems and faunal diversity of the Woodbine Formation and its implications on Early to Late Cretaceous transitions in Texas. In addition, he continues to conduct research on dinosaur tracks in Texas, crocodyliform evolution and biodiversity and paleobiogeography of Mesozoic ecosystems.
About the Witte Museum:
Founded in 1926, the Witte Museum is where Nature, Science and Culture Meet, through the lens of Texas Deep Time, and the themes of Land, Water, and Sky. Located on the banks of the San Antonio River in Brackenridge Park, the Witte Museum is San Antonio's premier museum promoting lifelong learning through innovative exhibitions, programs and collections in natural history, science and South Texas heritage.