Experience 12,000 watts of digital sound and New England’s largest screen.

The Simons IMAX® Theatre offers the most cinematic way imaginable to see these beautiful and astounding creatures from our blue planet.

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Galapagos 3D: Nature's Wonderland

Galapagos 3D: Nature’s Wonderland

There’s only one place on Earth where grinning iguanas claw their way along the seafloor alongside tropical penguins and the largest fish in the ocean. Go there with Galapagos 3D: Nature’s Wonderland on New England’s largest screen. Soaring aerial footage affords sweeping views of this unique constellation of volcanic islands, while intimate wildlife footage puts you in muddy bogs with grunting giant tortoises and basking on lava rocks alongside black iguanas. Slip underwater for glimpses of whale sharks and flightless seabirds rocketing through the water. Take the trip of a lifetime to the islands that gave us a greater understanding of life on our blue planet—both above and below the water.

 

Great White Shark 3D

Great White Shark 3D

Get ready for a shark’s-eye view as you plunge straight into the underwater world of nature’s most renowned predator in Great White Shark 3D! See the science at work behind that fearsome toothy grin and discover the importance of this spectacular species. The entire family will enjoy an exhilarating experience that demonstrates how great white sharks are perfectly adapted hunters that play a crucial role in maintaining the health of our oceans. Skip the shark cage and explore our blue planet on the largest screen in New England.

 

Humpback Whales 3D

Humpback Whales 3D

Humpback Whales 3D brings you into an underwater world packed with feeding frenzies, magnificent breaches, and enchanting whale songs, seen now for the first time in IMAX 3D. Bring the entire family on this extraordinary journey to witness awe-inspiring marine mammals socializing, singing, feeding, playing, and caring for their young. Join a team of researchers as they unlock the secrets of these humpbacks and find out what makes them the most acrobatic of all whales, why only the males sing, and why they migrate more than 6,000 miles every year. Get ready, this is no ordinary whale watch.