The BFI IMAX in London is the largest IMAX screen in the UK and one of the biggest in Europe. It’s located inside the BFI IMAX cinema, which is part of the British Film Institute. The screen is 20 metres high and 26 metres wide, making it twice the size of a normal IMAX screen. The cinema also has Dolby Atmos sound, which makes it one of the best places to watch a film in London.
Ticket prices for the IMAX vary depending on the movie you want to see, the time of day, and whether you want a 3D or 2D experience.
click this link for the movie schedule and tickets.
There are plenty of places to eat and drink near the BFI IMAX, so you won’t get hungry (or thirsty). And if you want to explore more of London after your visit to the BFI IMAX, there are plenty of other attractions nearby, such as the London Eye and Tate Modern.
Watching a movie in the BFI imax theatre is a truly overwhelming experience, because you will hardly find such a huge screen anywhere else.
how do you get there?
underground station Waterloo. The BFI imax theater is close by.
0 Belvedere Rd