Updated by Taran Volckhausen on Oct. 2, 2023

Have you visited our larger-than-life Infinity Theater? Unveiled to the public earlier this year, the Infinity Theater presents an unparalleled and immensely entertaining giant screen viewing experience meant to spark boundless curiosity. The Infinity Theater includes an impressive giant screen laser experience, a renovated lobby entrance, audio and visual accessibility features, such as a hearing induction loop and updated closed captioning system, 2D and 3D capabilities and much more.

Get your tickets to the giant screen Infinity Theater, here.  



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Museum visitors and members experience the magic of the giant screen Infinity Theater at the Denver Museum of Nature & Science on opening day, Dec. 21, 2023. (Julio Poletti/ DMNS)

New Features include:  

  • A new, high gain 3D giant screen cinema screen, providing world class natural and immersive 2D and 3D experiences.   
  • The Infinity Theater has a new surround sound. A premium QSC 5.1 point-source sound system, putting out a combined total of 28,600 watts via 39 speaker drivers.  
  • New audio and visual accessibility features, such as a multi-channel surround sound, hearing induction loop and updated closed captioning system.

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  • New lobby entrance finishings which will be enhanced even further starting in 2023. Hint: Think lush forest!
  • New concessions area offering popcorn, drinks and sweets.  
  • New laser projection system (see D3D Cinema) capable of crystal-clear imaging. The new laser projection system will be able to show both 2D and 3D giant screen films. 
  • Enhanced programming: In addition to documentaries, we will show Hollywood classic movies, independent movies, livestream concerts and performances, other multimedia shows and have the freedom to use the theater for a variety of other events. 
  • More sustainable finishings and procedures (examples include eye glass washing equipment and process, LED lighting, energy efficient projection system). 
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