What can I see and do at the Giant Screen Theater?
With its six-story-tall movie screen and 12,000-watt surround sound system, the Yellowstone Giant Screen Theater – located right next to the west entrance to Yellowstone National Park – offers a visually beautiful and exciting way to learn about Yellowstone Country.
The must-see feature attraction, "Yellowstone," written and directed by Academy Award-winner Keith Merrill, offers an eye-popping introduction to the wildlife, geology and one-of-a-kind majesty of the region. From its snow-clad summits to its quietest, most secluded corners – from the roar of waterfalls to the trickle of the hot springs that continue to create the weird and wonderful landscape – "Yellowstone" presents this wild corner of the world as most of us are never likely to experience it.
The film also tells the fascinating history of the world's first national park – from the origins of this geologic hotbed and the ways of it earliest Native American inhabitants, through early explorers such as John Colter and the Washburn Expedition – with displays in the theater lobby offering additional insight into this one-of-a-kind landscape.
This theatre also features other interesting films that rotate every summer.
Where is the Theater?
Located at 101 South Canyon Street, next to the West Entrance of Yellowstone National Park, about 48 miles south of Big Sky on U.S. 191.Who can I call if I have more questions?
Contact the Theater at (406) 646-4100 or find their showtimes Online.