I do love taking the kids to the Cincinnati Museum Center. Our family membership pass was one of the best things I’ve bought this year. We use it a lot! And I’m always excited when a new film comes to the Omnimax. I was especially excited about the newest one. National Parks Adventure!
We’ve been learning all about the good ole’ U.S. of A. this year in homeschool. We’re going through each state and the kids and I are really enjoying it. And what better way to celebrate our country than to check out a film about the most beautiful and treasured places in it? This movie was great! Don’t miss it.
I actually declare it to be “my favorite Omnimax movie yet” …..and I haven’t missed one in years! I thought I knew a lot about our National Parks. I was wrong. And watching the awe-inspiring sights on the 5 story, domed Ominmax screen was just breathtaking. I haven’t been to most of the places in the film (YET!) but they’ve all moved up on my bucket list significantly since watching the movie. We all got the travel bug after the show. I want to see it all! The Redwoods and the Arches and the Grand Canyon. Here we come!
“Join world-class mountaineer Conrad Anker, adventure photographer Max Lowe and artist Rachel Pohl as they hike, climb and explore their way across America’s majestic parks – including Yellowstone, Glacier National Park, Yosemite, and Arches – in an action-packed celebration that will inspire the adventurer in us all, and highlight how important it is that we protect these treasured landscapes.”
Want to learn more about the National Parks Adventure? Click here for showtimes and more info.
It’s seriously a “don’t miss!”
The kids loved this part! There is a real tent and campsite set up in the lobby. It really made us want to go camping! So fun!
And while you’re there, check out the newest exhibit, Treasures of Travel. It was super interesting. It’s over 280 remarkable cultural artifacts collected and brought back by Cincinnatians who traveled the world! The objects span the world from the American Southwest, the South Pacific, Southeast Asia, Africa, South America and Europe.
Admission is free for Members or included with admission to the Cincinnati History Museum or an All Museums Pass.