One World, One Sky: Big Bird’s Adventure is an educational 25 minute Sesame Street Movie about the night sky. I don’t want to give too much a way but Big Bird, Elmo and Hu Hu Zhu (their muppet colleague from China) team up to explore the stars.
Here’s a teaser:
One World, Big Sky is shown in the Einstein Planetarium of the National Air and Space Museum in DC.
Seeing this movie has been on my to-do list for a while and I didn’t expect to enjoy myself as much as I did. The day my daughter and I went the theater was filled with kids on a field trip. In unison the kids would all laugh, or sing along with the puppets. And the theater erupted into near chaos when Elmo made his appearance. The 360 degree dome screen made this movie experience even more exciting for the kids. I could easily see myself coming to see the film a few times a year, or making it a playdate event.
- Tickets are distributed at the welcome desk, the welcome desk is located in the room where you enter the museum.
- You may request as many tickets as you like.
- Tickets are free.
- Tickets are first come, first serve.
- Sit in the back of the theater, most of the action happens towards the front of the screen.
- Stroller parking is available within the theater.
- There is a separate story time happing after the movie at 11am (on the same floor) – exit the theater head left and take your last right to the story area.
National Air and Space Museum
6th Street and Independence Avenue, SW
L’Enfant Plaza Metro (Green and Yellow lines) Trip Planner, here.
Street Parking (not recommended) or use Parking Panda to find parking.
Every Friday and Sunday mornings at 10:30AM
And on the first Saturday of every month at 10:30AM
For more info see their webpage