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  • N ATG E O E V E N T S.O R G / D C

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  • Gary KnellPresident and CEONational Geographic Society

    Were looking forward to another exciting season of live event programming at National Geographic. Weve brought together an amazing array of our boldest explorersremarkable individuals who are making a difference each and every day. Theyre sure to inspire you with their ideas, their passion, and their breakthroughs breakthroughs made possible by groundbreaking technology that is revolutionizing exploration and how we experience it.

    Youll get closer to the action by adventuring in 3-D with explorer Mike Libecki, a renowned climber. Youll also learn how scientists Cheryl Knott and Tim Laman are using innovative tools to better understand orangutan behavior at a time when the species faces an uncertain future.

    In November, were opening what we expect to be one of our most popular museum exhibitions to date: the Tomb of Christ. Visitors will be able to virtually experience one of the most important sites in Christianity thanks to high-tech scans and images collected by National Geographic experts. Its something you wont want to miss.

    There truly is so much more to exploreand discoverthan ever before. And technology is opening up a world of opportunities and adventure. We invite you to join us to learn more, be inspired, and help care for this beautiful planet we all call home.

    PHOTO | Cover: Tim Laman. This page, clockwise: Nicolas Ruel; Michael Nichols; Mark Thiessen

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    F i n d i n g A m e l i a 7:30 P.M. | Starting at $25

    This summer marked the 80th anniversary of the disappearance of Amelia Earhart, Americas most famous female aviator. Learn about ongoing efforts to solve this enduring mystery, including the historic July 2017 expedition to Nikumaroro Island in search of clues, with National Geographic Archaeologist-in-Residence Fredrik Hiebert, National Geographic magazine writer Rachel Shea, and other experts.

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    In this highly interactive, family-friendly exhibition, visitors will embark on an epic adventure to discover new species, study animal behavior, and learn about the world using methods employed by Nat Geo explorers.

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  • In the museums immersive exhibition Sharks, were presenting some of National Geographic photographer and 2017 Rolex National Geographic Explorer of the Year Brian Skerrys incredible body of work showcasing the impressive fish. The exhibition includes large-scale images, videos, artifacts, models, and interactive experiencesall highlighting Brians passion, skill, and technique.

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    Enjoy an exclusive guided tour of our immersive Sharks exhibition with the man behind the lens: award-winning National Geographic photojournalist and conservationist Brian Skerry. Learn how Brian created these impressive pieces, spanning 24 assignments, and join him for an intimate reception before the tour begins.

    Learn from a true master of photographyBrian Skerryin this daylong class. Brian will share the techniquescomposition, shutter speeds, apertures, and morethat are the building blocks to creating captivating underwater images, as well as how to create compelling narratives with your photos. Breakfast and lunch will be provided.

    I n s i d e r To u r6:00 P.M. | Starting at $100

    M a s t e r C l a s s8:30 A.M.4:30 P.M. | Starting at $200

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    Known for helping to inspire Darwins theory of evolution by natural selection, the unique and diverse species of the Galpagos Islands are facing new challenges to adapt. At this Nat Geo Nights event, discover the remarkable islandsand the threats they facewith marine ecologist Pelayo Salinas de Len and Emmy Awardwinning filmmaker Greg Marshall.

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    Galpagos 5:30 P.M. | Starting at $20

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  • See extraordinary images of wildlife and wild places through the eyes of legendary photographer and former National Geographic magazine Editor at Large for Photography Michael Nick Nichols in this special exhibition. Visitors will travel to the most remote reaches of the globe through Nicks stunning, evocative, and technically innovative photos of our natural world.

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  • n a t g e o n i g h t s Join us for these special monthly happy hours with interactive stories from Nat Geo explorers.

    f r i d a y , O c t o b e r 1 3 ta l k A W i l d L i f e7:30 P.M. | Starting at $25

    Meet the photographer who changed the way we see animals. Over his career, Michael Nick Nichols has pioneered techniques to create genre-bending wildlife photography that combines elements of fine art with photojournalism. Learn

    more about some of his most celebrated photos in conjunction with our upcoming exhibition Wild, a retrospective of Nicks work.

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    Get an unfiltered look at what its like to come face-to-face with wild animals, survive extreme environments, and make unexpected discoveries with filmmakerand star of Nat Geo WILDs UntamedFilipe DeAndrade, writer and photographer Ryan Bell, and adventure sports photographer Krystle Wright.

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  • Veterinarian Dr. Jan Pol, star of Nat Geo WILDs most popular series, practices a tried-and-true, no-nonsense, and compassionate brand of veterinary medicine. Join Dr. Poland perhaps some special animal friendsfor an unforgettable evening filled with fascinating stories and some of the shows best clips.

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    T h e I n c r e d i b l e D r . Po l 7:30 P.M. | Starting at $25

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    Dan Buettner, explorer and author of Blue Zones, has studied communities around the world to discover the secrets to living a long and happy life. This evening, Dan and a panel of experts will discuss the science-based strategies that communities, businesses, and individuals can use to design a life of greater joy and fulfillment.

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    T h e G e o g r a p h y o f H a p p i n e s s 7:30 P.M. | Starting at $25

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  • A multiyear quest to document the Arctic took award-winning photographer Florian Schulz to the ends of the Earth. Over 34 months, he discovered that despite the Arctics reputation as a barren wasteland, its a vibrant ecosystem unlike anywhere else that supports impressive creatures like polar bears, musk ox, and vast caribou herds.

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    I n t o t h e A r c t i c K i n g d o m 7:30 P.M. | Starting at $25

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    Go on a cutting-edge visual adventure with National Geographic Explorer Mike Libecki. Paddleboard with the polar bears in the Russian Arctic, journey to Everest Base Camp in Nepal, and swim with the whales and penguins in Antarctica. Virtual reality headsets provided.

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    P a d d l e b o a r d i n g W i t h Po l a r B e a r s :A Vi r t u a l R e a l i t y E x p l o r a t i o n 7:30 P.M. | Starting at $25

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  • Chimpanzees, wolves, gorillas, and bears are among the most charismatic of the social mammals we knowbesides ourselves. Theyre also under threat. Join biologist turned photographer Ronan Donovan as he talks about the incredible similarities we humans share with other social mammals in the animal kingdom, and what we can learn from them.

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    L e s s o n s Fr o m t h e W i l d : A p e s , Wo l v e s , a n d B e a r s7:30 P.M. | Starting at $25

    Host Chris Duffy leads a comedic adventure of science and discovery full of interactive games, sketches, and hilariously misguided guesses as three comedians try to figure out what a surprise guest National Geographic Explorer does all day.

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    Yo u r e T h e E x p e r t Happy hour: 6:00 P.M. | Event: 7:00 P.M. | Starting at $25

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  • Join Mountainfilm on Tour for two evenings of adventure-packed, culturally rich, and inspiring films selected from this years festival. Be inspired by short documentaries that explore themes connected to Mountainfilms mission to use the power of film, art, and ideas to inspire audiences to create a better world.

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    Step back, more than 220 miles from Earth, and experience our planet from a new perspective. Gain a deeper understanding of our planets beauty, climate, and place in the universe from former International Space Station Commander Terry Virts, who took hours of video and hundreds of thousands of still images from the stations 360-degree viewing module.

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  • Since the fourth century, the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem has been one of the most important Christian pilgrimage sites for over 1,700 years. Learn the fascinating story of this iconic site and be transported to the Holy Land for an immersive 3-D experience unlike anything youve seen in a museum before.

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    In late 2016, for the first time in centuries, scientists uncovered what many consider the tomb of Christ during a historic restoration. Join National Geographic Archaeologist-in-Residence Fredrik Hiebert, engineer and National Geographic Explorer Corey Jaskolski, Emmy-nominated filmmaker J.J. Kelley, and National Geographic staff writer Kristin Romey for a behind-the-scenes look at the momentous project and Nat Geo Museums new immersive 3-D experience Tomb of Christ.

    Travel the ancient network of trade routes extending from eastern China to the Mediterranean Sea with archaeologists Fredrik Hiebert and Michael Frachetti, travel journalist Emma Thomson, and wildlife biologist Mimi Kessler.

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    S i l k R o a d5:30 P.M. | Starting at $20

    n a t g e o n i g h t s Join us for these special monthly happy hours with interactive stories from Nat Geo explorers.

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    Soar high above the ancient city of Jerusalema city of many religions and an important crossroads of civilization. Unprecedented access to the citys holiest sites, as well as rare and breathtaking aerial footage of the Old City and the Holy Land, combine to make Jerusalem 3-D a unique and stunning cinematic experience.

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    A d v e n t u r e s A m o n g O r a n g u ta n s 7:30 P.M. | Starting at $25

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    A t l a s O f B e e r 7:00 P.M. | Starting at $100

    Go on a geographical journey with the worlds foremost experts on beer. Gain insights from renowned beer doctors Nancy Hoalst-Pullen and Mark Patterson, authors of National Geographics indispensable and unparalleled new guide Atlas of Beer, while James Beard Awardwinning brewmaster Garrett Oliver of Brooklyn Brewery leads a guided tasting with food pairings.

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    Solitary animals living in hard-to-reach places, orangutans are one of the most difficult large land animals to study. Since 1992, Cheryl Knott and Tim Laman have been using innovative techniques and new technologies to gain a closer look at this intelligent, resourcefuland threatenedspecies, giving us insights into not only their world, but also our own.

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  • TICKETS TO LIVE EVENTS Visit natgeoevents.org/dc, call 202.857.7700,or buy in-person: 1145 17th Street NWWashington, D.C. 20036

    For group tickets, visit natgeoevents.org/groups or call 202.807.3232 for more information.

    CREATE YOUR OWN SERIESSelect at least three events from our season to save 10% on the regular ticket price. Offer is subject to availability.

    Visit natgeoevents.org/createyourown for details.

    BUY ONLINESave time and money by purchasing tickets to the National Geographic Museum online! Online orders to the museum exhibitions now exclude all customer service fees.

    Visit natgeoevents.org/dc/tickets/ for details.

    Get inspired by some of the worlds best photographersand save 10% on each eventby purchasing our Masters of Photography package.

    All events with the camera icon are included in the Masters of Photography package.

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    student matineesFor information on student matinee times and dates, visit nationalgeographic.org/student-matinees.

    MUSEUM ANNUAL PASSExperience free year-round admission to the National Geographic Museum and get special offers on Nat Geo Live events with the Annual Pass!

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    Annual Pass Levels: Individual $60 | Dual $90 | Family $125 | Family Plus $150

    Benefits include: Unlimited FREE museum admission 10% discount on Nat Geo Live events and at

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