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Very interesting experience

I really enjoy the viewing experience at the Omni. I have seen immersive shows about The Grand... read more

Reviewed 2 days ago
Dallas, Texas
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Good day

Was a good place to take grandkids. Love the movies in the the theater, truly makes you feel like... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Moody, Texas
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2 days ago
“Very interesting experience”
3 weeks ago
“Good day”
Sit and view the 180-degree image this theater provides.
1501 Montgomery St, Fort Worth Museum of Science and History, Fort Worth, TX 76107-3017
+1 817-255-9300
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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

I really enjoy the viewing experience at the Omni. I have seen immersive shows about The Grand Canyon, space, and race cars. Each experience was unique and the next best thing to being there in person. A great thing to do for adults and kids...More

Date of experience: May 2018
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Was a good place to take grandkids. Love the movies in the the theater, truly makes you feel like you are there.

Date of experience: June 2018
Thank maria0415
Reviewed October 18, 2018

Took our homeschooled grandkids on a Thursday to see “Pandas”. While the movie was great I found it sad that the museum was an extra charge - what if’ you just wanted to see maybe one thing due to time constraints? Also, it was pouring...More

Date of experience: October 2018
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Reviewed June 22, 2018

Attempted to see Dinosaurs Live! with parents, who were here from out of town. They announced there would be a delay at the beginning, then said it would be another ten minutes, then finally announced they would not show it due to technical difficulties. Went...More

Date of experience: June 2018
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Reviewed June 20, 2018

I've been coming to the museum since I was a child and its one of my favorite places in Fort Worth! Documentary or full length feature film, I love watching movies at the Omni.

Date of experience: January 2018
Thank Whitney H
Reviewed May 15, 2017 via mobile

Great show. Learn a lot about the best at Storm Chasing. I could have sworn I heard the late Bill Paxton narrating but didn't see his name in the credits. We came in about a minute after it started so we may have seen his...More

Date of experience: May 2017
2  Thank Redliner57
Reviewed November 26, 2016 via mobile

We have seen many movies at the Omni Theatre but what fun we had at Polar Express. It is only there through December 15 and then gone for the holiday season. Don't miss it. Find your favorite holiday outfits or pajamas and wear to theatre....More

Date of experience: November 2016
Thank Chris G
Reviewed October 16, 2016

I have seen a plethora of shows at the Omni Theater, everything from coral reef adventures to rain forest documentaries to national parks adventures and more. The sound system is mind boggling. I could feel the sound as much as I could hear it and...More

Date of experience: November 2015
Thank Keith B
Reviewed September 3, 2016 via mobile

Have been going here since I was a kid. Big dome theater with unique movie viewing experience. Recommend sitting high up so you don't have to tilt your head back. The opening scene is the same helicopter flying over Fort Worth as I remember as...More

Date of experience: September 2016
Thank wayhey21
Reviewed August 31, 2016

This IMAX Theatre carries many film selections. Check website for listings. Our family has seen films on the ocean, great barrier reef, volcanoes, brain/tour de france, weather/tornadoes, and many more. The sound is great! The films are of excellent quality. The staff is friendly and...More

Date of experience: October 2015
Thank Lisa B
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January 2, 2017|
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Response from Lisa B | Reviewed this property |
Anywhere is great! I prefer to sit towards the bottom and lean back. The lower seats tilt back further than the higher placed seats. Also, the higher seats make me dizzy. As you can see from the answers, it really is a... More
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Museum of Science (13 Replies)
I was looking over the reviews of ther MOS, and I can't believe all the positive reviews. I reviewed it some time ago, and have gone there twice since chaperoning my kids field trip, and I stick by my words. The Pompeii exhibit is perfect for this place....nothing has changed in years. Another part that ticks me off....going there is like ordering off an a-la-carte restaurant.....everything is extra: planitarium, Butterfly exhibit, Omni Theater, special exhibits. Take it all in and it's...More
January 02, 2012|
Response fromOriginalThomas144|
I have a self-renewing lifetime membership to the MOS and have somewhat the opposite view: the place lacks the intimacy that I remember as a child and seems to change its exhibits too often - when I go now I spend all my time looking for the models and exhibits that fascinated me in my youth. I have more passes to the Omni theater and planetarium than I could ever use in a lifetime. Have you considered becoming a member?
Museum of Science for little kids (9 Replies)
Hi there - we're hoping to take our 4-year olds to the Museum of Science the day or two after Christmas. Looking at their website I'm a little overwhelmed. Does anybody have a good feel for which exhibits would appeal to kids that age? Anything you particularly liked? Anything that's just a big ad that can be skipped (cough, Pixar, cough)? The website says there's a $5 surcharge for the Omni Theater/Planetarium/Butterfly/4D -- is that $5 per or $5 for all four? And finally, is it...More
December 04, 2015|
Response fromKenC1971|
I usually go to the museum once every few years or so, and it's usually a few hours of the day, not including set showtimes or the extras. Most of the base exhibits are child-friendly, if I recall. Even when there is something that is a bit more advanced in teaching, there's enough of a hook to interest the younger kids. There's plenty to climb on and mess with, and there are a couple of shows I'd recommend: If they're doing the live animal show, they'll have reptiles, maybe a porcupine,...More
Tel D
Hayes, United Kingdom
Imax cinema (9 Replies)
I am travelling to Boston in November and are going to visit the New England Aquarium and I saw they've got an imax screen there showing nature films. I've also seen there is one at the science museum (Mugar Omni Theater). Has anyone been to both? If so what did you prefer? From what I can tell you don't wear 3d glasses at the Mugar Omni Theater which with a small child may be preferable. Thanks.
July 09, 2016|
Response fromAlanm|
You only where glasses where the movies themselves are in 3D. The Aquarium films generally have water-oriented themes, as you might expect. Aim for the film you like rather than the venue. That being said, if you do not plan on actually spending time in the museum itself, I think you will find the Museum of Science out of the way from other tourist spots.