The Johnson IMAX Theater at the National Museum of Natural History allows you to see the world in vivid 3D action without ever leaving your seat. Explore the earth as it was millions of years ago when you see 'Dinosaurs 3D: Giants of Patagonia'. You will be taken on an extraordinary journey into the world of the largest known dinosaurs and explore some modern day paleontological discoveries. Or take a trip down the Colorado River and learn about the awe-inspiring beauty and fragile state of one of the nation's most iconic rivers with 'Grand Canyon Adventure 3D: River at Risk'. For a heartwarming tale of love and dedication, see Born to be Wild, a film about the bond between orphaned orangutans and elephants and the people who rescue and raise them.
The IMAX Theater features a screen that is 66 feet high and 90 feet wide. The theater is state-of-the-art in sound quality and has the ability to show 3D and regular films. Seating is stadium seating and can accommodate 477 guests. With IMAX, you can view the Earth in a unique way and unlike any other movie.
IMAX Feature Films
- Dinosaurs 3D: Giants of Patagonia
- Grand Canyon Adventure 3D: River at Risk
- Born to be Wild 3D