Arts & Heritage
Just because you're surrounded by epic natural beauty doesn't mean you have to spend all of your time outdoors in Mammoth Lakes. The area is home to lots of arts and culture, too—including theater, art galleries, live music and festivals.
Arts & Heritage
In 1877, miners discovered silver and gold deposits on the northern slope of Red Mountain in Mammoth Lakes. Ruins of the Mammoth Consolidated Gold Mine, operated circa 1927-1933., include mining offices, assay office, a cabin, mill, bunkhouses, a school house, mining equipment and mine shafts....Learn More
Located in the Minaret Village Shopping Center, Minaret Cinemas presents all features with full digital projection and digital surround sound. We offer evening shows and matinees of the latest Hollywood blockbusters. Call for recorded information on show times.Learn More
In additions to twice yearly full-scale productions, SCT puts on a cult-favorite theatrical event: the Murder Mystery Dinner at Tamarack Lodge and Resort, a sell-out every autumn. SCT's new stage home is in the Mammoth Lakes Arts Center.Learn More
The Mammoth Museum, located in the Hayden Cabin on the banks of Mammoth Creek, invites you to experience local history in the setting of this 1920s log cabin. Exhibits include mining implements, photos, art, intriguing memorabilia and glimpses into the lives of the people and industries that s...Learn More
Take in the view from the Scenic Gondola as you climb to the top of Mammoth Mountain at 11,053 feet (3,368 m). At the summit, explore the Eleven53 Interpretive Center, with interactive displays of the area's geologic, hydrologic and volcanic history.Learn More