Temecula Valley Museum offers relief from the summer heat with the Walking in Antarctica exhibition

The Temecula Valley Museum’s newest exhibit, Walking in Antarctica, opens June 16. Valley News/Courtesy photo
TEMECULA – Cool off this summer by visiting the Walking in Antarctica exhibit. The immersive exhibit, created by artist Helen Glazer, combines photography, sculpture and audio narrative to take the viewer on a journey through an extraordinary environment. The exhibition is organized as a series of “walks” through Antarctic landscapes: over frozen lakes, around glaciers, into an ice cave and through a colony of nesting Adélie penguins. Visitors with smartphones can access an audio tour narrated by Glazer, documenting her experiences. “Walking in Antarctica” opens Friday, June 16, at the Temecula Valley Museum.“The Temecula Valley Museum offers engaging exhibits for our community to enjoy,” Temecula Mayor Zak Schwank said. “We are proud to bring to our residents the Walk
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