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3003 North Thanksgiving Way
Thanksgiving Point
Lehi, Utah  84043
800 766-5000
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Floyd Nielson and Sons opened the Frontier Theatre on the night of the San Juan High School junior prom in March 1958. A few years after closing in 1974, snow and ice caved in the roof. In 1986, the Blanding City Council considered the “unsightly and unsafe structure” to be “a health hazard, area for public nuisance and deterrent to the City and County beautification.” After catching fire in July 1992, the owners began dismantling the building.

 
 
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A dinosaur on the southeast outside wall the theater.

Photographer: Grant Smith
Date: 18 October 2003

Mammoth Screen Theater
(Extreme Screen, Mammoth Screen, XanGo Mammoth Screen 3D)
 
3003 North Thanksgiving Way
Thanksgiving Point
Lehi, Utah 84043
800 766-5000
http://www.thanksgivingpoint.com/
 
Status:
Open 
Open:
July 2000  
 
The Mammoth Screen Theater at the North American Museum of Ancient Life at Thanksgiving Point opened in July 2000 with the film  "Alaska: Spirit of the Wild".  The theater is the third large-format theater in Utah and brought in 54,621 patrons during its first the first eight weeks of operation.1
 

1. "To IMAX and beyond. . . .", Deseret News, 8 September 2000, Page W1