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February 26, 2016

See 'National Parks Adventure' at the Franklin Institute's IMAX theater

Celebrate the centennial of the National Park Service

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Glacier National Park National Park Service/AP

This undated photo provided by the National Park Service shows Iceberg Lake at Glacier National Park, Montana.

Through April, the Tuttleman IMAX Theater at the Franklin Institute is showing a 45-minute film on the beauty and history of America's National Parks. The movie gives audience members wide, sweeping views of the nation's natural wonders while Academy Award-winner Robert Redford narrates throughout.

It's a fitting time for the movie screening in Philly. The PHS Philadelphia Flower Show, which opens March 5, picked National Parks as the 2016 theme.

In general, this is the year to discover more about the National Parks Service. The program will turn 100 on Aug. 25.

View the official trailer for "National Parks Adventure" below:

"National Parks Adventure"

Ends April 31
$10 per person
Franklin Institute: Tuttleman IMAX Theater
222 N. 20th St.
(215) 448-1200