Reef Rescue

Blue and Yellow fish image with Reef Rescue written on it

A new interactive virtual reality experience coming soon!

Coming soon to Audubon Aquarium of the Americas.

A first of its kind and fun for the entire family, Reef Rescue is an interactive high-capacity virtual reality experience where visitors can take a virtual dive into a beautiful 360° coral reef environment. Their mission is to become Reef Rangers and help restore the undersea home of Sting and Bob, two fish who live at The Great Barrier Reef. Remotely piloting their own R.O.V.E.R. (Remotely Operated Vehicles for Exploring Reefs) mini-submarines, each visitor helps to clean up the waters, plant new coral branches, and feed the fish, returning the reef to complete health.

Reef Rescue is an entertaining and truly “immersive” experience that also communicates an important message of reef conservation. Guests take away a greater understanding of how remarkable corals are and why they are so important to the well-being of the entire planet.

Reef Rescue was designed by Super 78, a group of award-winning artists and technicians who deliver entertaining and educational stories across all platforms. From the creation of captivating media to the design of enriched, immersive spaces, Super 78 builds worlds, both real and virtual, that are unforgettable.