A six-story screen and six-track stereo system turn sedentary movie watching into a dizzying ride.. The Shows This particular Imax theater features the award-winning show "Alamo: The Price of Freedom," which drops you smack-dab in the middle of the legendary 13-day battle for Texas' independence. If Texas history isn't your thing, you can also enjoy other Imax features showcasing interesting climates, animals or historical time periods. These shows are only about an hour each, so you may want to purchase a double-feature ticket, which admits you to two shows at a discounted price. Shows run from 9am to 10pm daily, and reservations are recommended for large groups. If you have a major credit card, call ahead, but beware: Imax will add a convenience fee to your ticket prices, and if you show up late you won't be admitted.
Amenities Parking is available in the garage next to the mall, and Imax will validate tickets for two hours. A gift shop in the theater's lobby sells souvenirs, while a snack bar offers a variety of munchies--a small popcorn is $2.25, and a small soda is $2--but not all snacks are allowed in the theater.