Dates: September 2017 - May 2018

Time: 10:00 am - 5:00 pm 

Fee: $4.50 per student for documentary films

Required Adults: Admitted free PK-K: 1 adult/6 students; Grades 1-12: 1 adult/10 students.

Additional Adults: $6.00 documentary

Group Minimum: 15

Qualifications: Reservation must be made 2 weeks in advance with a minimum of 15 attendees.

Payment: Due in one lump sum the day of the visit; we do not accept Purchase Orders.

Chaperones: Anyone purchasing admission separately will be charged full price; we do not guarantee admission beyond your pre-reserved total.

Parking: Is owned and operated by the City of Fort Worth. All parking fees are the responsibility of the group.

Lunches: Are held picnic style outdoors. There is no storage available all pails and coolers must stay in vehicles before and after lunch.

All students must be accompanied by a chaperone at all times.


Omni Theater Educator Guides are available here.

Born to be Wild

September - December 2017

Suggested for grades K through 12.

Follow young orphaned elephants and orangutans on the trip of a lifetime, from birth to their rebirth into the wild. This heart-warming documentary will transport you around the world to the far stretches of Kenya and Borneo and inspire you to save earth’s and come face to face with the most fearsome creature of all time.


Coral Reef Adventure

January - May, 2018

Suggested for grades K through 12.

Coral Reef Adventure follows the real-life expedition of ocean explorers and underwater filmmakers Howard and Michele Hall. The Halls guide us to the islands and sun-drenched waters of   the South Pacific to document, in  the biggest and best film format that exists, the health and beauty of coral reefs. On the giant screen, you’ll feel like you’re diving and exploring right alongside them.

The Polar Express

November - December 2017

Suggested for grades K through 12

 The Omni Theater holiday classic returns!

A young boy embarks on a magical adventure to the North Pole on the Polar Express. During his adventure he learns about friendship, bravery, and the spirit of Christmas.  Experience the visual splendor and amazing adventure of this classic story on the biggest screen in town.




September - December 2017

Suggested for grades K through 12.

From the dazzling coral reefs of the Bahamas to the wind-swept seas of Patagonia, go under the water's surface to romp with inquisitive Atalntic spotted dolphins, acrobatic dusky dolphins and familiar bottlenose dolphins. Follow renowned marine biologists as they research the communication of wild dolphins with innovatice scientific methods. 


Tornado Alley

January - May, 2018

Suggested for grades 4 through 12.

Join Storm Chaser Sean Casey and the researchers of the Vortex 2 as they try
to understand the origins and evolution of tornadoes. Traveling the severe
weather capital of the world, the researchers, armed with an arsenal of the most
sophisticated and advanced weather measurement instruments and a fleet of
customized vehicles, set out to encounter one of the most awe-inspiring events,
the birth of a tornado.


Dream Big: Engineering Our World

September, 2017 - May, 2018

Suggested for grades 2 through 12

Dream Big will bring today's engineering marvels to life. You and your students will experience the forces of nature challenges that designers are faced with as they design and build record-reaching skyscrapers, bridges that soar above the clouds and giant tunnel-boring machines navigating beneath our cities. You will discover how imagination and human invention and failure, turn ideas, dreams and human needs into reality. 

Journey to the South Pacific

September - December, 2017 

Suggested for grades K through 12

Travel to the lush tropical islands of remote West Papua, where life flourishes above and below the sea. You and your students will join Jawi, a young island boy, as he takes you on a journey of discovery where you will encounter whale sharks, sea turtles, manta rays and other iconic creatures of the sea.

Lewis and Clark: Great Journey West 

September, 2017 - May 2018

Suggested for grades 4 through 12

Join Lewis and Clark, two courageous captains, as they embark on a mission to lead 31 people, including one woman and her infant son, to the Pacific Ocean and back. You and your students will experience the American West as it unfolded before the eyes of Lewis and Clark.



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Call for reservations 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday.

Just a Reminder, Membership benefits are not valid for school visits.

Fun Fact
The Museum School was one of the first museum preschools accredited by the National Association for the Education of Young Children.

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