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Cuba Cincinnati Film: Journey to the Heart of the Caribbean Through Sept. 30
Cincinnati Museum Center – Union Terminal$7 – $9
Photo from Cincinnati Museum Center’s official website
Travel to an island without leaving your home in the new Cuba Cincinnati film
Cuba tells the powerful story of a land preserved in time, yet poised on the cusp of dramatic change. The nation’s vibrant culture, meticulously maintained the colonial architecture and pristine ecosystems provide a vivid window into the island’s history and spirit. Cuba transports audiences across breathtaking landscapes and under the ocean surface to iridescent reefs. Furthermore, it goes into streets throbbing with music and dance in Havana.
Omnixmax tickets range from $7-$9. Children under 2 years old are free. Discounts are available for Cincinnati Museum Center members.
There is plenty of parking available on-site for $6 ($4 after 4:30 p.m.) and free for members. For guests with officially registered disability decals, twenty parking spaces are designated and available on a first-come, first-served basis.
Through the eyes of Cuban artists, historians and scientists, the Cincinnati film provides an intimate look at this vivacious island nation. Filmed exclusively for the giant screen format, Cuba reveals why Cuba continues to stir the imagination of the world.
About Cincinnati Museum Center
Cincinnati Union Terminal was a significant development in the history of Cincinnati transportation. One of the last great American train stations built, Union Terminal is a Cincinnati icon and one of the most widely regarded examples of the art deco style. Since its opening in 1933, Union Terminal has had a long and storied history. Above all, it was a warm welcome for soldiers home from World War II, and became home to three museums, an OMNIMAX® Theater, and the Cincinnati History Library and Archives.
Finally, after you admire the largest half-dome in the western hemisphere, ask a member of guest services about the magical whispering fountains. Also, spend some time admiring the intricate details and stories of the Winold Reiss mosaics and visit Tower A.