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Feb
28

IMAX Drowns Drearies

What to do on this rainy day…what to do. Don’t forget that Marbles Museum in downtown Raleigh has a full slate of indoor fun! There are exhibits, play spaces, and the Triangle’s only IMAX theater. Here is a rundown:

IMAX Movies

  • Under the Sea 3D
  • Grand Canyon Adventure 3D: River at Risk – Closes Thursday (3/5)
  • Wild Ocean 3D
  • The Greatest Places
  • The Dark Knight: The IMAX Experience – Closes Thursday (3/5)

See the IMAX schedule for more info

First Fridays Kids Camp – Friday, March 6 (6-9p)

Don’t forget about First Friday coming up next week! First Fridays Kids Camp offers a chance for kids to have a night out without their parents (and vice versa)! While children enjoy the museum, parents have the chance to explore First Friday galleries and restaurants in downtown Raleigh. This program is an exclusive benefit for members of Marbles Kids Museum.

The camp promises an evening of play, discovery and imagination for kids 3 to 10 years old. All kids must be potty trained (this does not include pull ups). The camp includes dinner, activities and time to explore the museum.

Marbles members can register online or by phone at 919.857.1022. Registration for each First Fridays Kids Camp closes at 5:00pm on Thursday, the day before the camp.

Cost: $15 for first child; $10 for each additional child per member family.

  • Raleighrob

    Greatest Places is one of the best “documentary-style” IMAX films I’ve ever seen. If you see no other, that’s the one to hit if possible. Even if it’s not in 3D like the others, it has the most diverse scenery and definitely offers something for everyone.
    B ut Wild Ocean and Under The Sea are both really great too…as well as Grand Canyon. You can’t go wrong with any of them.

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