- Explore Zion National Park and learn about the myths and history in a 40-minute documentary, Treasure of the Gods.
- The six-story screen is the largest in Utah at 60 feet high and 82 feet across.
- The theatre also shows blockbuster movies and 3D films.
- Tickets are $8 for adults, $6 for children and seniors.
With a six-story screen to showcase films, Zion Canyon Giant Screen Theatre shows documentaries as well as 3D and blockbuster movies. The screen, at 60 feet high and 82 feet across, is the largest in Utah.
The original 40-minute documentary, Treasure of the Gods, is shown regularly, showing viewers the history and myth of the canyon, as well as following climbers and canyoneers through the sandstone formations.
As part of Zion Canyon Village, Zion Canyon Theatre is located between the last stop on the Springdale bus route and the entrance to the park along State Highway 9. It is the very last building before the park entrance.
Zion Canyon Giant Screen Theatre
145 Zion Park Blvd.
Springdale, Utah 84767
Phone: (888) 256-3456
The theatre is open year-round, with a regular schedule posted on their website, http://www.zioncanyontheatre.com/.
During the normal schedule, Treasure of the Gods is shown at 1pm, 3pm, and 5pm, Monday through Saturday. Blockbuster movies are shown at 7pm, while the 2pm, 4pm, and 6pm slots are often used for an IMAX 3D experience.
Tickets to most shows are $8 for adults and $6 for children or seniors.
Zion Canyon Theatre regularly schedules special, one-off events so be sure to ask the desk about unique showings. For example, during NFL season, they show a football game and discount food specials as well.
Zion Canyon Village is a collection of shops and restaurants at the park entrance. There is a parking lot available. It is normally full between 10am and 3pm, however, so be prepared to park in Springdale, then take the bus up.