Meet National Geographic's Museum Theater Partners
National Geographic is proud to present its new museum theater
partners! If you live in or near any of the cities where these
theaters are located, we urge you to check them out (not to mention
the amazing content at the museums themselves) and tell them "National
Geographic sent me." Click on each logo to go to each venue's
website. And visit our partner-theater news page to find out some of what's going on at the venues.
We would love to get your feedback, too. Send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Museum of Ancient Life
Buffalo Science Museum
Milwaukee Public Museum
Garden City, NY
Coming Soon From Nat Geo Movies
A whole new world is open to us thanks to FEI and cutting-edge science and technology making the invisible visible, affecting our lives in ways we can’t even imagine. Think what you see around you is all there is? Think again!
Join James Cameron on his daring, history-making dive to the deepest ocean. You heard about it when it happened — soon you will be able to watch it as only giant-screen 3-D can show it to you.
Robots are now being used for everything from auto making to brain surgery—and much more. Robots 3D will show the cutting edge uses of robotics as it profiles the scientists creating these technological wonders. Coming in 2014.
- Desert Flower
- The Eruption of Mount St. Helens
- The First Grader
- Flying Monsters 3D
- Forces of Nature
- Grand Canyon: The Hidden Secrets
- Hearst Castle: Building the Dream
- Hidden Hawaii
- The Human Body
- The Last Lions
- Lewis and Clark
- Life in a Day
- Lions 3D: Roar of the Kalahari
- Maximum Velocity
- Meerkats 3D
- Mysteries of Egypt
- Niagara: Miracles, Myths and Magic
- Ocean Men: Extreme Dive
- Sacred Site
- Sea Monsters: A Prehistoric Adventure
- Shackleton's Antarctic Adventure
- To Be An Astronaut
- The Wildest Dream
- Wildest Weather in the Solar System
- Wired to Win: Surviving the Tour de France
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