The National Geographic IMAX Theatre is located in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. The IMAX Experience is the world’s most powerful and involving film experience, featuring the 2-D IMAX Experience.
With breathtaking images on a six-storey-tall screen, with 12,000-watts of wrap-around digital surround sound, this amazing technology takes you to places you could only have imagined before.
Images of unsurpassed clarity and impact are created using 70mm film in a Rolling Loop that runs horizontally through the massive projection system, each frame with an area 3 times that of a conventional 70mm frame and 10 times that of 35mm. Not only is the projected area six storeys tall – it is 70 feet wide – more than 10 times larger than conventional movie theatre screens, filling the viewer’s entire field of vision, and more than 4,317 times the size of your computer monitor!
The National Geographic Theatre is owned and operated by Destination Cinema Canada Inc. Our 406-seat theatre is located in the world famous Royal British Columbia Museum on the picturesque Inner Harbour in Victoria. Featuring 2D films both new and classic, there are up to five different films to choose from per schedule.
Only IMAX technology lets you feel like you’re really there. We look forward to seeing you soon because…YOU’VE GOT TO SEE IT!
The Imax Theatre is fully wheelchair accessible.
National Geographic Theatre
675 Belleville Street
Canada Recorded Info: 250-953-IMAX (250-953-4629)
Gift Certificates are available on request by calling 250-480-4887