Become part of an adventure at a 3D movie at the Mammoth Screen Theatre located inside the Museum of Ancient Life. Ride with the dinosaurs and explore ancient times with our selection of films. Thanksgiving Point’s Mammoth Screen Theatre is Utah’s first and only National Geographic Experience Theater. The official stamp of approval from National Geographic was given to the Mammoth Screen for providing quality movie theater experiences at Thanksgiving Point.

 

ADMISSION

$8.50/adult
$7/child (3-12)
$7/senior (65+)

(Closed Sundays)

Current Schedule*:

Walking with Dinosaurs: 10 am, 1 pm, 4 pm
DeepSea Challenge 11 am, 2 pm, 5 pm
Mysteries of the Unseen World: 12 noon, 3 pm
 
Prices and times subject to change. Questions, please call 801.766.5030.
 
 

DeepSea Challenge 3D

As a boy, filmmaker James Cameron dreamed of a journey to the deepest part of the ocean. This film is the dramatic fulfillment of that dream. It chronicles Cameron’s solo dive to the depths of the Mariana Trench—nearly seven miles beneath the ocean’s surface—piloting a submersible he designed himself. The risks were astounding. The footage is breathtaking. JAMES CAMERON’S DEEPSEA CHALLENGE 3D is a celebration of science, courage, and extraordinary human aspiration.

 

   
 

Walking With Dinosaurs 3D

On a thrilling ride, we spin back in time to an extraordinary prehistoric world: Alaska in the Cretaceous period, 70 million years ago – the last great flourish of the dinosaur era. BBC Earth invites you to come on a journey through the seasons, and experience a year in the life of dinosaurs fighting, feeding, migrating, playing and hunting.

Spring signals new life as many species of dinosaurs start to lay eggs, rearing the hatchlings to ensure a chance of survival. But as the young grow through summer, they are vulnerable to predators like the Troodon. Cool autumn months spur the dinosaurs to migrate, but not without risk from natural catastrophes and packs of Gorgonsaurs hunting. In winter, temperatures drop and the sun ceases to rise. As spring approaches, the mature dinosaurs go in search of a mate. For the Pachyrhinsaur, scientists believe the frill on its head could help to attract a mate or do battle with a contender. Once mated, the pair will migrate back to their nesting ground to start their own family.

With the most ambitious CGI visuals, this film reveals the story behind the lives of the dinosaurs and the challenges they faced in a constant battle of survival.

   
 

Mysteries of the Unseen World 3D

MYSTERIES OF THE UNSEEN WORLD will transport audiences to places on this planet that they have never been before, to see things that are beyond their normal vision, yet literally right in front of their eyes.

Mysteries of the Unseen World will reveal phenomena that can’t be seen with the naked eye, taking audiences into earthly worlds secreted away in different dimensions of time and scale.

High-speed and time-lapse photography, electron microscopy, and nanotechnology are just a few of the advancements in science that now allow us to see a whole new universe of things, events, creatures, and processes we never even knew existed and now give us new “super powers” to see beyond what is in front of us.

Visually stunning and rooted in cutting-edge research, Mysteries of the Unseen World will leave audiences in complete thrall as they begin to understand the enormity of the world they can’t see, a world that exists in the air they breathe, on their own bodies, and in all of the events that occur around them minute-by-minute, and nanosecond-by-nanosecond. And with this understanding comes a new appreciation of the wonder and possibilities of science.

   

 

 

 
 
 

Large Groups:

Groups of 20 or more get the group rate of 7.00 per person when paid in a single transaction. All movies are approximately 45 minutes long.
Any further questions please contact Lar Ivey at 801-592-9647.

 

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