Ever since the creation of the TV, there has been a struggle to own the latest, the greatest and of course, the biggest TV screen currently out there in the world. Well, sorry to disappoint you but the largest and most-technologically advanced screen is not hiding out in a home somewhere in Europe or Tokyo but rather, at the Science Museum of Virginia.
The Dome, as it is playfully titled, is equipped with a state of the art NanoSeam screen and projectors capable of high definition that is 10 times the power of your home TV. Catch one of the Museum’s giant-screen movies and experience the beauty of wonder of the great Monarch butterfly migration or the rugged cliffs and thrilling rapids of the Grand Canyon.
Tickets are $9. Showtimes vary daily. Visit https://tickets.smv.org/public/ for a more comprehensive schedule.