Now playing in the Poarch Band of Creek Indians Digital Dome Theater.

(Formerly IMAX, located inside the Exploreum Science Center)

Times subject to change. Please call ahead if you are seeking a specific movie and showtime.

Our Box Office can be reached during normal operational hours at 1-251-208-6893.



10:40 am    Tiny Giants
11:20 am     Ancient Caves
12:00 pm     Tiny Giants
12:40 pm    Ancient Caves
1:20 pm       Tiny Giants
2:00 pm     Ancient Caves
2:40 pm      Tiny Giants
3:20 pm      Ancient Caves

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Come on an extraordinary adventure into magical worlds beneath our feet that most of us never see – one where life is lived at an extraordinary intensive pace, where everything we know seems turned on its head. Experience the hidden kingdoms of the Enchanted Forest and the unforgiving desert of the Wild West.

From BBC Earth, this is the story of a day in the life of two little heroes: a scorpion mouse and a chipmunk. For each of them this will be a day they never forget. It’s a story of drama, danger and courage, of insight and revelation, a journey to discover and understand a new and fascinating natural history.

Using the incredibly immersive power of specialist 3D cameras, audiences will be transported in a very intimate way into another world. Visual effects will enhance the audience’s perception of scale as multi-layered backgrounds exaggerate the sense of miniaturization. Viewers will never see our planet the same way again.


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Ancient Caves brings science and adventure together as it follows paleoclimatologist Dr. Gina Moseley on a mission to unlock the secrets of the Earth’s climate in the most unlikely of places: caves. Moseley and her team of cave explorers travel the world exploring vast underground worlds in search of stalagmite samples – geologic “fingerprints” – that reveal clues about the planet’s climate history. Their quest leads them to some of the world’s most remote caves, both above and below the water, in France, Iceland, the Bahamas, the U.S. and Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula. Together, they go where very few humans will ever go, revealing the incredible lengths scientists will go to study the unknown.