Located inside the Museum of Science and History , this domed theater is a tribute to the past, present and the future ... More
Located inside the Museum of Science and History , this domed theater is a tribute to the past, present and the future technological history. With a capacity for 390 people, the theater features 72 speakers unloading 18,600 watts off sound. It is best to arrive at least a half-hour before the presentation time, as no late seating is allowed.
The films are cheap ($14 for an adult with museum passes, omni film, and planetarium show) and $7 for an adult for just the film. With so little prices you would think it is boring or a horrible experience. Well you're wrong. A wonderful family outing. The films are educational, (the omni theater is in a museum) fun, and a great way to spend time in Fort Worth. The two best parts of the omni are seeing all of the film around you and the helicopter ride at the very beginning. It really feels like you're flying over Fort Worth at night. Overall 2 thumbs up and no cons at all!
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