(NB: Foxploration is not currently open to the public, and it’s not known if these attractions are still in place)
The park also featured props and set-pieces from Titanic, Deep Blue Sea, Planet of the Apes, Monkeybone, Alien Resurrection, X-Men, Independence Day, The X Files, There’s Something About Mary and Tomorrow Never Dies.
Descriptions from the Xploration website, 2009
- Ape City play area
Kids of all ages will have a blast in our version of an old film laboratory! Use a wild array of gadgets to propel 50,000 foam balls all over in a never-ending cycle of totally safe fun!\n
- Canal Street, New York set
Stroll down Canal Street, New York, a real movie set depicting a vintage Manhattan city street.
- Cinemagic Special Effects
Embark on an interactive journey through the process of movie-making! Experience animatronics! Paint a full-sized car in the ‘Pintamovii’
- Dolly Plaza
Have your picture taken next to the spectacular fountain that was used in ‘Hello Dolly‘! Make a wish, sit down and relax while you look at the ocean.
- Food Court
- Fox Gift Shop
- Fox/JVC Theater
Watch behind-the-scenes footage of recent Fox films, film previews and \’making of\’ footage from productions filmed at Baja Studios.
- Independence Day plane
- Master & Commander ship
- Planet of the Apes cage
- Tremors Stage
El Refugio del Asesino (The Assassin’s Revenge) [Stage 5] – If you want to live in peace, don’t enter into Tremor’s Stage where an evil spirit is on the loose..
- Las Olas’ Amphitheater
At weekends watch performances by local musicians, artists and actors in a spectacular ocean-view setting.
Take a guided tour through actual sets, costumes, and props from James Cameron’s ‘Titanic’
The first thing you will see is a replica of the White Star Southampton Pier; inside you can enjoy a behind the scenes video-documentary about Titanic’s construction and shooting. A representation of the sets and props used in the film are now on exhibit, for example:
First Class Smoking Room: after dinner, this was a very common place to have a cigar and brandy.
Palm Court Cafe: The cafe was also used as a play room by the first class children.
The Candelabrum: a magnificent 21 light candelabrum originally situated in the newel post at the base of the Grand Staircase.
First Class Dinning Salon: here you can see a table set up for dinner.
Boiler Room: this set was built and filmed on this stage.
First Class Corridor : this hallway was used for the scenes that show the corridor. A perspective extends the length of the hallway depth into distance.
Cal & Rose’s rooms.
The wireless room
Thomas Andrew’s room
The back deck
There are also replicas of the furniture, suitcases, teacups, mailbags, signs, posters, toys, the handcuffs that Jack (Leo) had while he was prisoner, the ax that Rose used to cut them and help Jack escape, the whistle that she used when officer Lowe returned in a lifeboat after the sinking, to search for survivors. Lifeboats, life savers and lifejacket, oars and some parts of the ship including the bell that the sailors used to let the passengers know about the iceberg are elements that contribute to create the perfect environment of this place .
ABOUT THE SHIP… The 95% scale version of the original Titanic was disassembled and converted into scrap (metal and wood) after filming. At the museum you can see some of the parts of the ship, such as the bow (where the sailors were standing when they saw the iceberg), the poop deck or stern, the capstan winch and some of the access bridges. You can also see the unopened safe were Rose’s drawing was found.
- Set: Boiler Room
- Set: Deck / Lifeboat
- Set: Dining Room
- Set: 1st Class area
- Set: Flooded Hallway
- Set: Gymnasium
- Set: Jack’s Room
- Set: Marconi room (radio operator)
- Set: Palm Court Cafe
- Set: Rose’s Room
- Set: Smoking area
- X-Men 3 Exhibit
Get into mutant territory in our exhibit room where you will see original sets, wardrobe and props from the X-Men blockbusters and specially from the latest ‘X-Men 3 The Last Stand’. Don’t be afraid if you get the X-Men gene because now there is a ‘cure’!