IMAX® Films

in the Mugar Omni Theater

In the Mugar Omni Theater, the world's largest film format is projected onto a five-story-tall IMAX® Dome screen. It wraps audiences in larger-than-life images of flora, fauna, and faraway places. A state-of-the-art digital sound system completes the immersion effect.

For all audiences

  • Pandas: The Journey Home

    Meet the dedicated team working tirelessly to save China's national treasure, the iconic giant panda, from extinction.

  • Mystery of the Maya

    Take a breathtaking trip through Maya culture and history with a modern-day archaeologist and a young Maya descendant.

  • Humpback Whales

    Travel to Alaska, Hawaii, and the Kingdom of Tonga to see how these whales communicate, sing, feed, play, and care for their young.

Available only to schools as part of a Museum field trip

  • Amazing Journeys

    This offering is available only to schools as part of a Museum field trip.

    Follow the life-and-death dramas of five of the most incredible animal migrations on the planet.

  • Forces of Nature

    This offering is available only to schools as part of a Museum field trip.

    How are natural disasters triggered, and how can we prepare for them?

  • Greece: Secrets of the Past

    This offering is available only to schools as part of a Museum field trip.

    Explore the Greek islands and glimpse the Parthenon's original glory.

  • Lewis & Clark: Great Journey West

    This offering is available only to schools as part of a Museum field trip.

    Experience the danger and beauty of the unknown West as it unfolded before the eyes of Lewis and Clark.

  • Jerusalem

    This offering is available only to schools as part of a Museum field trip.

    Learn how Jerusalem's historical, artistic, and spiritual connections made it so important to so many different cultures.


  • The Human Body

    This offering is available only to schools as part of a Museum field trip.

    Take a look, in astonishing detail, at the biological processes that go on without our control — and often without our notice.

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