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Live inside the Grand Canyon, explore Jerusalem, or meet some cute lemurs. The IMAX always seems to have amazing movies. The popcorn is yummy and nice selection of baked goods. Annual pass holders spend a modest amount (under $50) and get free forty minute movies for the year plus special screenings with guest speakers that are worth more than the small cost. The introduction is a nice personal... more
Every time I visit a museum or national park that has an IMAX theater, I always make it a point to see a movie there!
So here I was with the Royal BC Museum closing at five, meeting friends for dinner at 6:15 PM thinking "I watch myself an IMAX! "
The movie about D-Day was excellent and featured information about the invasion of Normandy, France by Canadians, Brits and Americans! I learned a... more
I went to the National Geographic IMAX. They have 4 movies a day, but they work on a rotating schedule. So, I enjoyed a pizza pretzel (the concession stand ran out out of samosas) and watched 'Sea Rex'. It was a non-fiction science movie about the succession of earth, underwater dinosaurs and human evolution. And I was shocked it wasn't in 3-D, however, the high definition mega-screen was an... more
The National Geographic IMAX Theatre is not just a movie – it's an experience! Featuring the most technologically advanced theatre system and a six-storey-tall screen, this is an adventure you won't soon forget. Film showings rotate hourly from 10am to 8pm. Call for detailed schedule information.
IMAX National Geographic Theatre offers these services: tourism, touristic, billets, shows, sports, music shows.
National Geographic IMAX Theatre offers these services: cinema, tourism, touristic, billets, shows, sports.