Worst-Case Scenario: Survival Experience
It's Time to Learn How to Survive!
Do you know how to fend off a shark? Survive a riptide? Escape a sinking car or killer bees?
Test your limits in Worst-Case Scenario: Survival Experience - a traveling exhibition opening at Imagination Station on February 11, 2022.
Based on the internationally best-selling Worst-Case Scenario Survival Handbook Series, Worst-Case Scenario: Survival Experience is a hands-on, minds-on series of immersive challenges providing the essential instructions for surviving unexpected but possible real-life scenarios. From defusing a bomb to delivering a baby in the back of a cab, landing a plane to escaping from zombies, The Worst-Case Scenario Survival Experience will help you get through and have you laughing along the way.
This exhibition is aspirational, educational and hilarious.
Worst-Case Scenario Survival Experience provides practical situational exercises that utilize many of the skills that are acquired through tinkering and making, encouraging exploration and discovery.
“It’s really a safe and playful way to activate the book and unleash your inner survival expert and your inner action hero.” —co-author David Borgenicht
Build your Survival Smarts
Be Prepared. Don't Panic. Have a Plan.
Exercise your creative thinking skills, test your problem-solving precision and approach extreme situations with ingenuity.
With a 76,000-ball pit as its centerpiece, a horizontal climbing wall, a train car jump, lock picking challenges, upside-down tic-tac-toe and more—this experience immerses you in various challenges to build your survival smarts.
Escape quicksand, learn to fall safely and survive an avalanche.
Use everyday materials like bobby pins to try to pick a lock.
Scale a Wall
Practice how to survive rising floodwaters and similar dangers.
Practice your lie detection ability on a partner. Pay close attention.
Upside Down Tic-Tac-Toe
Discover how your mind adjusts to changes by playing tic-tac-toe upside-down.
Spin the Wheel
Uncover what to do when faced with an angry mountain lion, or a herd of elephants.