To round out the multi-media approach, one can listen to the audiobook, read by Jim Dale (also the reader of the Harry Potter novels).
Journey to the Center of the Earth is equally available as an audiobook, read by the estimable Simon Prebble (also the reader of Jonathan Strange & Mr. Norrell).
The book version, like Around the World in 80 Days, comes in many forms--abridged, unabridged, graphic novel--and can be found in multiple areas in most libraries: children's, YA, general fiction, science-fiction.
The 1959 movie, starring (amongst others) James Mason can also be found in Maine libraries. And Wishbone plays tribute in Hot Diggety Dawg.
Verne combines intellectual understanding and exciting journeys with the science of modernity to create his masterpieces. Phileas Fogg is stranded in Middle America; Axel is separated from his companions in a cavern far beneath the earth: What will happen next?!