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Omniversum, The Hague
Categories: Observatories, Museums
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Mooie documentaire films gezien in het Omniversum. Af en toe is het net alsof je zelf middenin de scene zit. Wanneer je 2 films wilt zien dan krijg je korting.Beautiful documentary films seen in the OMNIVERSE. Every now and then it is just if you were in the middle of the scene. When you want to see 2 movies then you get discount.show original
Samen met onze twee kinderen zijn we hier op een regenachtige zondag naartoe geweest. We hadden de toegangskaarten gewonnen bij de postcodeloterij. De entree oogt gezellig en het is prettig dat er een... read more »Together with our two children we are here on a rainy Sunday to go. We had the tickets won at the postal code lottery. The entrance looks cosy and it is nice that there is a ' café ' is so that you can drink/eat something before the movie starts or afterwards. The movie itself have to say about my children impressive because of the mega big screen. In addition, they found it very instructive. Personally I found the movie somewhat short (40 min) especially for the price of the tickets that you normally have to pay.show original
Omniversum is worth a visit, depending on the type of show. We watched the national parks show with my 10 and 8 years old kids and the whole family enjoyed it. We had our own earphones but the volume ... read more »
Jos van der Weele
If you're in The Hague and you want a fun movie experience, definitely pay a visit to the Omniversum. Don't expect any blockbuster titles, but incredible documentaries that are projected on a dome all around you. Shows usually last about 30 minutes, so you could catch a couple of them in a row (you get a discount) or just use it to fill some time in between other outings.
Excellent theater space with comfortable and well oriented seats. The cafe outside the hall is small but pleasant and has the ubiquitous apple tart and coffee.
The movie theatre is extremely big. It's an Imax screen that is completely around you. Video is nice and sharp. The sound is superb. The only downside is the price. The price of one movie is a bit on the high side for a 45 min. movie.
Tom GoldschmedingFun experience.show original
Hans StraubThe name Omniverse is composed of ' Omnimax ' and ' Universe '. Omnimax is the original name of the used film projection system, which is later renamed to IMAX Dome. Universe recalls the astronomer side of the programs that were shown earlier. The Mission of Omniversum reads "Omniverse strives to knowledge about human life, nature and our planet on a special and impressive to the public by, in particular, is essential for a sustainable knowledge society." This translates into movies on the theme of culture, nature and science. Also music, history and entertainment are discussed. The content of the films is compares well with the television programs of Discovery Channel and National Geographic Channel. A film lasts about one hour.show original
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