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Giant Screen Theater

See an exciting lineup of award-winning, science-based documentaries made for Giant Screen and IMAX® theaters.

Travel the world through the Giant Screen Theater and use your Fernbank ticket as your passport for adventure.

One Giant Screen film is included with General Admission (subject to availability on a first-come, first-served basis). Learn more.

Visit each film's page to learn more about available accessibility options.

Now Playing*

The Arctic: Our Last Great Wilderness 3D 

Playing Daily at 10:15 a.m., 12:15 p.m., 2:15 p.m., 4:15 p.m.

Run time: 45 minutes

Journey into a world that has remained untamed since the beginning of time. The Arctic: Our Last Great Wilderness unfolds one of Earth’s most extraordinary spectacles and is the first cinematic exploration of a world largely unseen.

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Superhuman Body: World of Medical Marvels 3D

Playing Daily at 11:15 a.m., 1:15 p.m., 3:15 p.m.

Run time: 45 minutes

Travel inside the wonders of the human body in the new Giant Screen film, Superhuman Body: World of Medical Marvels. Discover groundbreaking scientific innovations and bioengineering breakthroughs that are transforming the course of human health.

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Coming Soon

T. Rex 3D

Run time: 45 minutes

T. REX takes audiences on an unforgettable journey from today’s sweeping North American badlands to the forests and estuaries of prehistoric Hell Creek, realm of the notorious tyrant lizard king.

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*Titles, dates and showtimes are subject to change without notice.

The Gift of Learning

Fernbank’s immersive Giant Screen Theater offers state-of-the-art digital laser projection with 2D and 3D capabilities, which was made possible by a generous gift from local entrepreneur, Dante Stephensen, a lifelong advocate of learning, travel and natural history. Stephensen was committed to educating youth for generations to come with awe-inspiring movies that encourage exploration, discovery and the protection of our shared global home.

Film by Jef Bredemeier.