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Five films hit the Omnitheater

Science Museum showcases new, old movies

Omnifest, the only time of year more than one film appears on the Omnitheater screen at the Science Museum, features five films this year that hope to delight audiences of all ages, according to Science Museum public relations director Kim Ramsden.

Ramsden said the best time to see a film is on a Thursday night, as the Science Museum does not get as many people coming in on weekday evenings. She said the lowest attendance numbers are on Thursdays.

“Omnifest has been super busy this year so it’s been difficult for some to get tickets to the film they want,” Ramsden said.

Omnifest runs now through March 3. Tickets sales and movie schedule are available now at the Science Museum website.

“Humpback Whales”
“Forces of Nature”
“Mysteries of the Great Lakes”
“Tropical Rainforest”

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