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Experience The Real Deal With Skycity Cinemas

Experience The Real Deal This School Holiday With Skycity Cinemas

Free child entrance to Kelly Tarlton’s Underwater World and Auckland Museum when you watch ‘Happy Feet’ or ‘Night at the Museum’

Don’t let the weather dampen your fun and entertainment this school holiday season -SKYCITY Cinemas has a blockbuster line-up like never before and to celebrate, we have two exclusive offers for Auckland movie lovers to experience the real penguins and dinosaurs for themselves!

1. FACE TO FACE WITH PENGUINS: Free ‘Kelly Tarlton Underwater World’ child entry with every SKYCITY Cinemas Auckland Happy Feet ticket Truly a film for all ages, Happy Feet is set deep in Antarctica, and tells the heart-warming story of Mumble the penguin and his magical adventures. SKYCITY Cinemas is offering a free child entrance to Kelly Tarlton’s Underwater World (value $14) with every SKYCITY Cinemas ‘Happy Feet’ ticket purchased.

2. HUNT FOR DINOSAURS IN THE DARK: Free Auckland Museum ‘Night at the Museum’ child voucher with every SKYCITY Cinemas Auckland Night at the Museum ticket Spend a Night at Auckland Museum and discover what happens when they close. It may still be sunny outside, but their galleries are dark and mysterious! Every SKYCITY Cinemas ticket purchased to see ‘Night at the Museum’ movie will receive an Auckland Museum child ticket to experience their own ‘Night at the Museum’ programme. Bring your torch and follow the Museum's security guard as he seeks out dinosaurs (including their new baby dryosaur!), and other Museum characters.

Also these holidays for families, there’s the much-anticipated ‘Charlotte’s Web’, the sci-fi fantasy sensation ‘Eragon’, plus the animated hits ‘Flushed Away’, ‘Open Season’, ‘Flicka’ and ‘Arthur and the Invisibles’ showing on SKYCITY Cinema screens over the next few weeks.

Please note: the special IMAX 3D presentation ‘Open Season’ commences 11 January 2007. Please visit www.skycitycinemas.co.nz for further session and online ticket booking details.

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