Watch a Film at the Wortham Giant Screen Theatre
Do you enjoy watching short films?
If so, head to the Wortham Giant Screen Theatre at the Houston Museum of Natural Science.
When it opened in 1989, it became the first IMAX theater in the city, and it produces incredible 3D images nearly eight-stories high.
More than fourteen million people have walked through the doors, and films currently playing include:
Oceans: Our Blue Planet
Sit back and enjoy a journey around the world as you learn about the largest and least explored habitat on Earth. This fascinating film uncovers the incredible world of life beneath the waves and features coral reefs, charming dolphins, and an octopus that uses an array of shells to hide from predators.
Waking the T. rex: The Story of SUE
Step back in time 67 million years to learn about SUE: the world's greatest predator. Until now, much of its life has been a mystery, and this film tells SUE's story as it grows from a hatchling to a ferocious seven-ton beast. Viewers will also watch paleontologists as they search for and excavate ancient fossils in South Dakota.
Called "A giant dose of cuteness" by USA Today, Pandas is a feel-good film that follows scientists on their mission to introduce panda cubs into the wild. Viewers get to know Qian Qian, and many are on the edge of their seats as she steps onto the mountains of Sichuan for the very first time. As Qian Qian explores, she discovers her true animal nature while facing the challenges of the unknown.
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