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IMAX Theatre "The Alamo": The Price of Freedom, San Antonio, Texas

The best dramatization of the traditional story of the Alamo, step into 1836 during the 13-day siege and fall of the Alamo during the Alamo: The Price of Freedom, an IMAX experience at the Alamo IMAX, part of our San Antonio bus trip.
About the Battle of the Alamo
The Battle of the Alamo was a crucial moment during the Texas Revolution. Following a 13-day siege, Mexican troops under President General Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna launched an assault on the Alamo, a former Roman Catholic mission and fortress compound, killing over 150 missionaries and their Indian converts including Davie Crockett, Jim Bowie and William Barrett Travis.

The Alamo IMAX Theatre, Rivercenter Experience

Delight in giant crystal clear images and wrap around sound of IMAX thrills, the San Antonio Alamo IMAX Theatre boasts the largest movie screens in Texas. Using large format film, unique cameras, special screens forty-five hundred times larger than the average screen, IMAX, IMAX 3D and IMAX Dome projectors and the six-channel, multi-way digital IMAX speaker system, the Alamo: The Price of Freedom, is a powerful experience unlike any other.

Alamo: The Price of Freedom

The Rivercenter IMAX’s signature film, the Alamo: The Price of Freedom is a 48-minute doc-drama shot at John Wayne’s movie set outside Brackettville. About the heroism of the 189 Texan and settlers who defended the besieged Alamo fort for 13 days against the Mexican army of General Santa Anna, watch in awe as the great Alamo Battle and dramatic incidents involving such famous historical figures as David Crockett, William Butler Travis and General Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna are recreated on the big screen.