Omni Theater

Cultural District

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In a Nutshell

On a domed, eight-story IMAX screen, patrons watch educational documentaries on topics such as dinosaurs, the Arctic, and aquatic life

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Omni Theater - Cultural District: $7 for Two Tickets to IMAX Screening at Omni Theater (Up to $14 Value)

Watching a movie on the big screen makes audience members feel like they're really there with the characters, especially during climactic popcorn-eating scenes. Chew and view with this Groupon.

$7 for Two Tickets to an IMAX Movie ($14 Value)

Tickets are valid for documentary films only, such as the 45-minute T-Rex: Back to the Cretaceous, the 40-minute To The Arctic, and the 45-minute Coral Reef Adventure. Films play across the theater’s domed, eight-story screen. For a full list of options, see the list of films now playing and coming soon.

Omni Theater

In the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History, the Omni Theater’s domed, 120-foot-wide IMAX screen towers over moviegoers, projecting myriad tales of human, beast, and machine alike across eight stories. The screen has born documentaries on topics such as the Serengeti desert, the Grand Canyon, and the aquatic ecosystems that distinguish the ocean from well-maintained dunk tanks. Originally limited by its scale to films that lasted an hour or less, the theater can now show feature-length films thanks to digital remastering technology, and its new IMAX IDO projection lens has increased films’ brightness and sharpness. These developments mark yet another addition to its pioneering history, which includes being among the first IMAX screens in the region when it opened in 1983.

Omni Theater

In the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History, the Omni Theater’s domed, 120-foot-wide IMAX screen towers over moviegoers, projecting myriad tales of human, beast, and machine alike across eight stories. The screen has born documentaries on topics such as the Serengeti desert, the Grand Canyon, and the aquatic ecosystems that distinguish the ocean from well-maintained dunk tanks. Originally limited by its scale to films that lasted an hour or less, the theater can now show feature-length films thanks to digital remastering technology, and its new IMAX IDO projection lens has increased films’ brightness and sharpness. These developments mark yet another addition to its pioneering history, which includes being among the first IMAX screens in the region when it opened in 1983.

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138 Ratings

It's something that is fun and very family friendly
Linda B. · December 17, 2014
great expierence for the kids
Shelley D. · September 25, 2013
We have boys, ages six and nine. Our family of four enjoyed visit very much!
Kimberly S. · September 12, 2013

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