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Omniversum, The Hague
(3.8/5 based on 200+ reviews on the web)
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  • An attraction especially fun for parents with (young) children, older audience has become so spoiled in the ordinary cinema with 3D movies that the OMNIVERSE no particular experience more. It may be there in the vacations and on rainy days are also very busy, it is likely than that (if you have not reserved) you have a few hours to wait for a place. Parking in front is tricky because the parking lot is impossibly small. In the immediate vicinity you can park for free along the street, but that is also full of hustle and bustle so quickly. In the shop the necessary merchandising at the movies, with children impossible to come through without tangible reminder of the movie.
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  • Fine cinema but the special effect (or you in the middle of it all is) occurs only with special films. The theatre is about 40 years and I have more often seen on your afstormende trains, as well as the numerous nature films. This week (!!) running a beautiful film about Van Gogh. The life story and paintings, also the places where he lived. Narrated by Jeroen Krabbe. This movie I found, as a lover of Impressionist art very nice, but didn't have the specific experience. Also in another bios with big picture would have been nice and then I find the price of 11.00 euros for 50-minute film be hefty. In access you must first a hefty stairs or steep to climb up again in the Hall ... (!) The coffee shop did have a nice offer: coffee with Apple Pie 2.40 and free Wi-Fi.
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  • Omniversum is a Pearl in Netherlands. I am so very often, and each time it was an experience! Fantastic experience to which surround video experience from that round screen!
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  • Nice theatre for nature and science movies. Movies are one hour. But paking can be very difficult. There are not enough places when is crowded. So arrive on time.
  • Big screen around you with makes you more 'inside' the movie. Great sound quality, but every movie is only spoken in Dutch. There is seperate English audio speech you can buy for 1€ but its takes some effort to listen to it, since the Dutch is loud. And pretty pricy if you dont get it with some sort of discount.
  • Love the big screen, and the most amazing movies/documentaries. Such a shame it wasn't very crowded because the place deserves it
  • Films are most of the time very nice, however not for tourists as the audio system in the cinema is very poor. This makes it almost useless for "non Dutchies" Went back again later, problem was still the same. We received a coupon for a free film...
  • Cool place for kids and adults. Price is the same as a cinema ticket. The giant whales was a bit short and lacking information but cool visuals nonetheless.