As part of the Ministry of Culture's Volver a Verte campaign, the IMAX Dome at the Centro Cultural Tijuana will reopen its doors this Thursday, April 29. After testing the entrance and mobility protocols within the institution and verifying that the epidemiological traffic light allows it, the General Direction of Cecut confirmed that the IMAX Dome will be the first space to resume activities.
In this return to activities, the purchase of tickets for the IMAX functions will be online and can be made from the official website of the institution www.cecut.gob.mx. The three films with which the famous IMAX Dome will reopen are: Homecoming, Apollo 11 and Powerpuff Dogs.
Back Home tells a series of stories of remarkable rescues of endangered species from around the world that are recovering thanks to human efforts to save them. Scheduled Thursday through Sunday at 3 p.m. and 7 p.m. Apollo 11 is a look at the thrilling trip to the moon 50 years ago, in a special version with never-before-seen footage. With a Thursday-Sunday schedule at 5 p.m.
Superpower Dogs is about the amazing feats of dogs trained to act in rescuing and rescuing people during a catastrophe. With a Saturday and Sunday schedule at 1 p.m. General admission to the IMAX Dome costs 52 pesos and 31 pesos for children.
To ensure an orderly entrance, the public is asked to arrive 30 minutes before the show of their choice, wear masks at all times, stop at the respective sanitary filter, keep a healthy distance and avoid the concentration of people.
Similarly, they reported that in the following weeks, other areas of CECUT will also resume their programming with limited capacity, according to a plan of gradual and orderly reopening to avoid the concentration of people.
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