Train Time IMAX® Member Screening
Laser IMAX® 2D | G | 45 min. | Documentary
February 21, 2024 6:00pm - 8:00pm
Catch a Special Member Screening of Train Time!
This event is at capacity and RSVPs are now closed.
Climb aboard and experience the biggest adventure on wheels at a special Member screening of our newest IMAX documentary film, Train Time. Join the crew of a giant freight train as they journey across miles of track and into the vastness of the American landscape. Plus, learn about the art and science of running these great diesel locomotives and the brutal challenges of American railroading. Bring the whole family and enjoy complimentary movie snacks!
Refreshments, concessions, and seating will be open at 5:30 p.m. and the documentary film will begin at 6:30 p.m. The film runtime is 45 minutes.
This is a limited-capacity event at the IMAX Theatre open to Museum Members and guests. Please RSVP in advance to attend.
Your Support Matters
By supporting the Bullock Museum through membership, you help shape future Texan generations and communities through outstanding exhibitions and educational programs. Every Member helps us achieve our mission to create experiences that educate, engage, and encourage a deeper understanding of Texas.
All Members enjoy unlimited exhibition admission, parking vouchers, discounts at the Museum Store, tickets to IMAX documentary films and select Texas Spirit Theater shows, and much more! Become a Member today!
assistive listening audio description
The Bullock Museum IMAX® Theatre is the first and only Laser IMAX theater in Texas and features enhanced 12-channel immersive audio and luxury seating. Enjoy concessions such as specialty popcorn, assorted candies, and beverages, including sodas and bottled water.
IMAX Theatre seating is on a first-come-first-serve basis.
Museum Members enjoy free unlimited IMAX documentary films, discounts on feature film tickets, free exhibition admission, discounts in the Museum Store, and more. Learn More.
The Bullock Museum, a division of the Texas State Preservation Board, is funded by Museum members, donors, and patrons, the Texas State History Museum Foundation, and the State of Texas.